Motorola has just unveiled a new entry level handset, the W403 model, but sadly we’ve got no picture of the device to show off, for now. We’re dealing with a clamshell device, that supports dual-band GSM/GPRS connectivity and features a 1.8 inch internal display (128 x 160 pixels).
There’s also a 96 x 32 pixels CLI monochromatic external display on board, plus an MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth and a 2.5mm headset jack (boo!). Moto’s classic CrystalTalk technology is also on the specs list, plus a VGA camera with video recording and 7MB of user memory.
In case the memory seems too little for you, there’s always a microSD card slot, with support for cards of up to 2GB. Expect Motorola W403 to hit Latin America in Q4, at a pretty reasonable price.
[via Unwired View]