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Motorola’s New E390 with 3D Surround Sound

Motorola has released the E390 triband (900/1800/1900 Mhz) capable phone. With several advances in mobile phone technology. The first advancement is a 2 speaker 24 channel, 3D polyphonic sound system. The phone speakers will allow extra bass in musical tones.

The other advancement is the ability to mix and match your own tones with the “MotoMixer” system. When using this system you’ll be able to add or remove instruments to a tone and change its rhythm.

The Motorola E390’s use of fun lights is an innovative way to bring content, games and ringtones to the next level, with multiple lights on the front and sides that light up to the disco beat or a car crash when playing MotoGPTM.

Consumers will actually feel the car crash – at least their hands will – with the new vibration capabilities of the model E390. The integrated camera will let them share their fun: just point, click, capture and share the fun with advanced MMS technology.

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