Nextel has an exclusive launch with Motorola’s new i265 moderately priced JAVA handset that features a GPS with turn-by-turn navigation. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have a built in GPS over a poor quality camera any day.
Other features that the phone boasts; 65k color screen, speakerphone, voice recording, voice activation, and individual user-assignable ring tones that tie into your caller ID. Let’s not forget games; the phone will come pre-loaded with 3D Baseball demo and Tetris puzzle game demo with 2mb extra for more games. The phone weighs in around 4.5 ounces and measures 4.8 x 2 x 1 inches with the battery.
The i265 should already be available in retail stores at a price of $89.99 with a two-year service agreement.
Additional features of the i265 include:
– Speakerphone for convenient hands-free conversations
– Voice recorder – captures memos or incoming phone conversations for future playback
– 600-entry contact manager – store up to eight numbers for a single name
– Voice-activated dialing – speak to dial numbers
– Wallpaper randomizer – rotate stored wallpapers downloaded from www.nextel.com/downloads, on a set time basis to refresh and personalize the main screen appearance
– Downloadable applications & games – pre-loaded programs such as Advanced Calculator, TeleNav 2.2 with compass, a 3D Baseball demo and Tetris puzzle game demo. 2 MB of additional memory enables you to download more at www.nextel.com/downloads
– Airplane mode – turn off the network connection and use applications, games, voice recorder and date book while in flight (subject to FAA regulations)
– Profiles – Develop profiles and adjust settings for a variety of personal and business environments
– Three Pre-loaded wallpapers – with ability to download more right from the phone
– Audio caller ID – user-assignable ring tones allow users to instantly identify important calls without having to look at the phone
– Weight 4.5 ounces
– Dimensions 4.8 X 2 X 1 inches with included standard lithium ion battery