New Delhi: US-based mobile handset maker Motorola has launched its touchscreen GPS-enabled phone offering navigation maps and landmarks of 30 cities priced at Rs15,847 in this festive season.
The phone has satellite based GPS which offers consumers lifetime free GPS navigation maps and landmarks of 30 cities, Motorola Mobile Devices India and South West AsiaLloyd Mathias said.
It also allows voice-guided navigation across major national and state highways. “MOTOMING A 1600, is the first GPS-enabled mobile phone.
The navigation service is free with no activation charges, independent of mobile networks and can be used even without inserting the SIM card,” Mathias said.
The touchscreen phone offers 1 GB MicroSD card and an expandable memory capacity of up to 4 GB and a 3.2 megapixel camera. Powered by MapmyIndia, India mapscome preloaded on the memory card of the phone.