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Motorola phones to be powered by Broadcom

Posted: 11 Nov 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:motorola? broadcom? bluetooth? transceiver? mobile phone?

Motorola Inc. has selected Broadcom Corp.'s Blutonium single-chip Bluetooth transceiver solutions for several of its mobile phone products.

Bluetooth integration is expected to enable such new applications as the capability to wirelessly connect to headsets, notebook PCs, PDAs and other devices. Users of camera-equipped phones can also print or download pictures wirelessly. Broadcom's single-chip Bluetooth solutions have been shipping in Motorola phones since early 2003.

One of the first of Motorola's handsets using Broadcom's single-chip Bluetooth transceivers is the V600 multimode phone. This feature-rich GSM/GPRS/UMTS phone incorporates an MP3 player, digital camera and Bluetooth, among other features, to satisfy the connectivity and portable entertainment needs of the most demanding end users. The Motorola phones that feature Bluetooth technology include the V500, V600, A760, A830, and A835.

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