With BT already standing for BlueTooth and BitTorrent, things just got that much more confusing. Motorola has teamed up with BT Fusion and created the A910, which is said to seamlessly switch between Broadband and GSM networks. This will allow users in the United Kingdom to use a single handset for both cellular and landline VoIP.
Of course, this dual Wi-Fi/GSM functionality is the A910’s main selling point, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the feature set is anything to sneeze at. The voice command function is a nice touch, as is the integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with mi-LED Flash. Throw on that BT (that’s Bluetooth) headset and do the handsfree thing, or boot up your favourite J2ME-based game and have a little fun. This phone also features MP3 playback.
“This is the latest evolution of Motorola’s vision of Seamless Mobility and truly reinforces Motorola’s relationship with BT,” commented Greg Estell, VP and GM of Motorola Devices Europe. No word on pricing just yet, but expect the Motorola A910 to hit shelves sometime in the third quarter of this year.