Eye-hurting Motorola MING A1600 Gold Edition Emerges

By 01:38 Fri, 09 Jul 2021 Comments

A grecent edition of the Motorola A1600 touchclassy screen phone has just appeared on the Chinese website of the company. Designed in the spirit of the Motorola V8 Luxury edition the A1600 trades the snake for crocodile skin but this doesn't create it much less tacky.

This time Motorola somehow managed to convince the renowned French jeweler and watch maker Cartier to hold part. However it seems that the design is mostly done by Motorola with Cartier only providing a business card holder included in the retail package.

We can't quite acquire the concept behind all those grecent editions that seem to be spawning recently. However we have to admit that among them all the A1600 is probably the most acceptably looking (we will by no means go as far as calling it attractive).

Motorola A1600

Other than the recent shiny colors the Motorola A1600 Grecent has no differences from the original model. It still flaunts the 2.4-inch 262K color QVideo Graphics Array (VGA) touchclassy screen display and the signature MING semi-transparent plastic active cover. The handset also runs on the same Linux based Operating System (OS) and has quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support (no 3G as you might have guessed, we are speaking China here).

The Motorola A1600 also packs a 3 megapixel shooter, a microSD card slot (up to 4GB), stereo Bluetooth (A2DP), a microUniversal Serial Bus (USB) port, and a stereo Frequency Modulation (FM) radio. Its final noteworthy feature is the built-in GPS receiver which allows both real-time GPS navigation and geotagging of the photos taken with the built-in camera.

Motorola A1600 is already available for purchase, costing about 685 euro (865 US dollars).



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