Motorola E895 to use linux-based OS


Oct 29, 2004
Motorola is going to launch a new Mobile telephone based on the Linux Operating System. They announced their plans to launch this gadget during the JavaOne conference and said that Motorola E895 will soon be available during late 2005.

The Motorola E895 architecture bearing clamshell envelopes tremendous features like 1.3 Mega pixel digital camera featuring pan and 8x zoom capabilities. It will be easy for users to create their own video classics and capture images of their interest. The multimedia features also include support for 3GPP video streaming and the phone is well equipped with speakerphone.

Bluetooth wireless technology users will be delighted to know that added feature in this mobile phone is that it also supports the DUN profile and implements SyncML. Now they are free to connect to other devices for peer-to-peer gaming, stream music to a Bluetooth stereo headset and also send print jobs to wireless printers.