Motorola on Monday announced that its first iTunes-compatible 3G cell phone will be available in the fourth quarter. Dubbed E1060, the new model will feature a mobile version of iTunes music player capable of carrying a limited, but as yet undefined, number of songs. It will also include video download and playback capability, a color display, a 1.3-megapixel camera with 8x zoom, two-way video calling, an integrated speakerphone and dedicated Internet browser keys. Video plays at VGA (640 x 480) resolution.
The E1060 also includes class 2 Bluetooth wireless connectivity and 32MB of internal memory, with the ability to add up to 512MB of TransFlash removable storage. It supports the MPEG4, WMV/WMA and MP3 formats, which means songs purchased from the online iTunes Store won’t play on it. Motorola has not announced pricing yet.
2/14/05, 10:15 P.M. EST: Added product image, link and additional information.
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