With high-speed downlink packet access (HSDPA), or 3G, users can transfer data between their K3 (RRP $654) handset and their computer at high speeds of up to 3.6mbps, removing any limitations previously experienced by those with slow network connections.
“Motorola consistently strives to achieve superior mobile experiences through great design, piecing together complex things to make them compact, striking, and functional yet simple,” said Motorola South Pacific managing director, Andrew Volard.
True-to-Motorola-form, the K3 is styled with sleek metal and glass to form a two-toned design in pearl grey and stone grey to suit fashion-savvy users.
“For those that love to make a fashion statement, MOTOKRZR K3 is the ideal accessory – but with a multimedia twist. Allowing for easy, speedy access to your favourite music, video, services and people in the palm of your hand, the K3 reduces waiting and lets you enjoy and share your world,” said Volard.
The K3 boasts a 2-megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom and a VGA camera for two-way business calls. Users can record and store videos on the handset’s 50MB built-in memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card.
The unit is also Bluetooth-compatible allowing users to send digital images from the phone to a Bluetooth-enabled printer, along with connecting wireless headsets for maneuverability.
The K3 is available in pearl grey through Optus retailers.
Motorola 3G phone suits business users
By Staff Writers on Jun 12, 2007 4:52PM