Motorola A780Type: A780
WOW Factor: The first Motorola with Linux Operating System
Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9/10
Life timer: N/A | Boxed: NO
Release Year: 2003 | Release Price: ~250 EUR
About: The Motorola A780 is a cellular PDA running the Linux operating system.
It was introduced in 2003 and sold in Europe and Asia.Some models include GPS and navigation software. The phone is supplied with a number of applications including a POP and IMAP email client, Opera web browser, calendar and a viewer for PDF and Microsoft Office files. Calendar and address book can be synchronized with a Microsoft Exchange or SyncML server. The phone has a 1.3 megapixel camera recording still and video images. RealPlayer is included to play sound audio files and streamed audio and video. The phone has 48 megabytes of internal flash memory for storing user data and a slot for a microSD card. Both Bluetooth and USB are provided for communication with another computer. Character entry is via an on-screen QWERTY keyboard and hand writing recognition. Models including a GPS receiver are supplied with ALK Technologies’ CoPilot Live navigation software with street level maps of Europe.
Reviews when released: OS News