Well i think it's fun ... that's why i'm going to buy one. practical, cost effective, small and light ... looks good too
furthermore, anyone can afford it and that is called "good thinking" from MOTOROLA
If you are connected to the internet using your own computer and about to say wrong about this phone, don't... it was not designed for you, that's why you think it is not a good phone...
it was intended for those who are not as lucky as we are... those who are poor...
MOTOROLA... actually connecting people...
To those thinking about criticising this phone:
It was designed for those who actually can't afford a mobile phone… In case you don’t know, these persons do exist… Motorola have designed a cheap and practical phone for them… This was a goal set by Motorola since years ago... They are now actually connecting people... GREAT JOB MOTOROLA….
Instead of criticising, think about a positive change you could make … Christmas is coming…
Is it me or do all of these posts sound like motorola reps. Press releases, dodgy names and rave reveiws for a really low end phone. Don't beleieve the hype! This phone is bland.
it isn't that long. think about the nokia's high end models....bricks nothing but bricks
and power hungry.
I think the concept is great. I would love a phone that gets back to the basics. No camera, none of the extra lights all over the phone that drain the battery, the color screens, and web surfing - it's all just a lot of extra garbage in my opinion. My only concern is that at 11.4cm it's a little long. It's only 9mm thick so why not make it a flip phone that's only 18mm thick and 6cm long?
Is it a non-featured mobile phone?
Dimensions 114 x 47 x 9 mm
Weight 68 g
seems cool but what is 2x6 chars?
wow!!!!such a lot of info on this model. i haven't seen on any other brands. this one must be truly a great FONE!!!
this is the new technology that the Moto engineers came up with after many years of research and development. congratulations Moto your are now truly the best Co. on the market!!!!
Tue Nov 28, 2006 9:08 am
Motorola today announced the global debut of the highly anticipated Motorola FONE at an event held in New Delhi, India.
Based on Motorola's evolutionary new SCPL design platform, the FONE is the first of a new breed of handsets designed to disrupt today's communications landscape by cutting across price tiers, product segments and international markets.
In both GSM and CDMA, the Motorola FONE re-establishes expectations over how a value-priced handset looks and feels and what it delivers. Offering an intuitive new interface built with icons and voice versus text, as well as voice prompts specifically tailored to local markets, the handset makes it easier and friendlier for first-time users to navigate, place a call, and retrieve messages. Its large, high contrast screen, powered by a revolutionary ClearVision display makes it easier to use the phone outdoors.
E Ink Corporation, the leading supplier of electronic paper displays, is providing the display technology behind the FONE's ClearVision. The changeable electronic ink display is easy to read in bright sunlight or dimly lit environments from virtually any angle - just like paper. Additionally, the display is plastic, lightweight and ultra-low power, making it ideal for mobile and power sensitive applications by eliminating the weight and breakability of glass used in LCD displays.
The GSM version, Motorola FONE F3, is available today in India and will roll out in international markets in the coming weeks. Motorola is working towards shipping the CDMA version, Motorola
i don't know who the other guys are, i just copied their name and made it look like a sequential one. got no relation to those names. it seems like these names haunts you a lot otherwise you wouldn't have bothered.LOL
i am sure you'll like Motorola FONE.
dosen't moto have any other design, all the models look alike v3I/l2/l6/l7 and now this model, after this model i am regreating my V3I purchase any buyer pls contact.
The problem is that with this kind of display, you can't have a backlight, but the battery consumption is less than normal black and white displays.
Normal black and white displays can be seen very well in sunlight as well.
To the guy below me
Why are you using multiple names as whoami, mobilehunter mobiletechinformer mobilesuperinformer mobilelover etc?
do you have a multiple identity problem or are you just trying to get some attention?
well done motorola. people who are budget conscious will much appreciate this good looking piece of candy bar type phone. another feather in moto's crown. motorola, please tell us when are you going to make this model available in the market, i mean the exact dates.
i posted my comment on motorola web page much before gsmarena announced. hence at that time dimensions were not made available. i don't know how my earlier comment appears on this site.hic!hic!
The Motorola FONE F3 mobile phone is the new range of MOTO phones which are made specifically keeping it’s sleekness and width in mind. It is one of the phones in the range of the SCPL (scalpel). It is an entry level phone but with some class in my opinion.
The special feature about this handset is the display. It has a EPD technology screen that is a clear display. The striking point about this is that you can clearly read on the display even with sunlight falling directly on it. The phone is the thinnest phone ever only 9mm in width. The phone is also available in the CDMA version and is called the Motorola FONE F3c. This phone is specially for the people who are just looking for a good phone and no extra add-ons. They have made the ringtone much louder so you can hear it in the busy streets of your town too. The font on the display are really large so it’s easy to look at. You can also download ringtones and store it in your phone.
The Motorola FONE F3 has a stunning battery life of 7hours talktime and over 17 days of standby. The Motorola FONE F3 will be available in the last quarter of this year, price is still unknown.