Sprint Adds Motorola ES400 Rugged Push to Talk Windows Mobile 6.5 Smartphone. New York, NY June 21 2010.
Motorola and Sprint announced the upcoming release of the Motorola ES400 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA), a phone truly made for the business professional. With features such as bar code scanning and its rugged casing the Motorola ES400 fills the need of retailers, health care providers and true mobile road warriors to have a phone that doesn't feel like a toy, yet it is advanced and functional.
The phone comes with Motorola End User Interface which allows for access to business and personal application available on the home screen or by simply sliding them over with your finger. It comes with a 3.2 megapixel with auto-focus digital camera capable of reading bar codes through its lens. It also comes with a built-in finger print swipe for added security. Only the true phone owner would have access to this enterprise minded cell phone.
Honoring its Nextel acquisition, Sprint provided mobile workers with another Push to Talk cell phone while adding a full keyboard, a 6.5 Windows OS and a 3 inch VGA screen. Besides being Bluetooth enabled, this phone also comes with built in GPS capability for turn by turn directions.
Unlike most Sprint phones, this one is also International, working on both GSM and CDMA frequencies. The phone is going to be released later on this year. No news on pricing yet, but it is destined to be a best seller.
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