Phone Memory 6MB
Talk Time: 100 - 300 Minutes
Standy-by: 50 - 150 Hours
Battery: Standard Battery, Li-Ion 835mAh
Second external display: 128 x 96 pixels 65K color TFT
TransFlash card Memory: 512MB (Max.)
i'll consider buying a motorola if they do a reverse to the softkeys. For eg. SELECT on the left button while BACK on the right button
I think this phone would be great if it had the 850/800 gsm band. I work for AT&T Wireless and most of our new markets are primarily 850. I would love to have and or sell this phone but it will not work in our market!
dum question! how can u use 3g sim card in a 2.5g fone..wake up m8 but this fone is good n it is gonna be released in usa!!! hope they releas it in uk 2
Gawt! this phone is great! I wanna get it, but does anyone here know when it's gonne be launched? and also can I possibly get it in Australia?? or any ideas if I can use it with my 3 sim card?
i think the phone is great. send me a free unlocked motorola a840 so i can create a buzz in my neignborhood about the phone. my free a840 would get people interested in the phone and possibly generate some sales for you. my address is:4479 don tomaso drive apt.#4 los angeles ca 90008. thank you in advance for letting advertise the a840 for your company
i heard that this phone will not come out at malaysia
i have been wait for this phone until now
dont let me dissapointed!!
is this phone a world phone? is it unlocked...im undecided about it, im trying to determine which phone to get. the panasonic x70, the motorola v878, or the motorola v600, or this one.....what should i do?
I do like this phone says second half of 2004, can i wait that long??/
I think that this phone is the best mobile phone ever made. If only i had the funds to purchase the phone, i would be estatic.
ask wat i know, the Motorola A840 is no one-trick pony. It also comes with a 1.2 megapixel camera with a short-range flash and digital zoom, a respectable 176x220 pixel main display, Bluetooth, removable Tri-Flash memory, MP3 and video playback, advanced voice dialling, enhanced PIM (personal information management) support plus a whole range of other goodies that you expect with a high-end phone, but i suspect that the A840 is going to be fairly expensive, making a market pitch to businesses and worldwide travellers. i estimate that it will be around €600/£400/$700 at launch if bought without a contract,For travellers to the US and Canada, plus Southern and Eastern Asia, the inclusion of CDMA means that there will be widespread roaming access to mobile networks. This is useful particularly in the US where GSM access is patchy.