Motorola has recently announced the release of two new rugged Windows Mobile handsets, destined to reach the Asian market and the pockets of hard working men and women. Moto FR68 (left) and FR6000 (right) will be useful for folks working in logistics, health care, retail or public utilities, as they’ll increase the work efficiency.
Both handsets are quite big, they support 3.5G connectivity and feature a GPS receiver, Bluetooth, IrDA, WiFi and a Marvell XScale PXA312 624 MHz processor. The new Moto devices also pack QVGA screens (320 x 240 pixels) and a 3.2 megapixels camera with OCR support.
Extra goodies are included, like the free maintenance services, offered by Motorola for these new devices through the year. Something tells me that they’ll get damaged quite often, specially if they’re used in a heavy line of work.