Motorola Pebl U6: a Unique Style Statement.

By: Bradley Ben

Stylish and chic,Motorola Pebl U6 is an elegant looking handset.Weighing 110 g,Motorola Pebl U6 is a style statement in itself. It is a compact oval-shaped phone with dimensions of 86.5x49x20 mm.With these enviable looks, Motorola Pebl U6 is definitely a scene-stealer. Available in four colours black, blue, green and orange,Motorola Pebl U6 has an iridescent internal screen display of 176x220 pixels with 262,000 colours and a unique external display which shows time.

With features like Bluetooth, WAP, GPRS, quad band GSM; Motorola Pebl U6 possesses the avant-garde technology and with accessories like 0.3 megapixels VGA camera; it will add zeal and vigour to your lives. You can download interesting data, videos and any other useful information from the internet through GPRS.Share the more brilliant stuff with folks through MMS, which allows videos to be sent to other MMS, enabled phones.

Camera phones are a new generation marvel, which have infused enthusiasm into our dreary lives .You can enjoy good quality still photography with the 0.3 megapixels, 4x zoom digital VGA camera of Motorola Pebl U6 .Wherever you are; whenever you want; click pictures and store memories forever.

Video capture MPEG4 in Motorola Pebl U6 can be used for making videos. You can make videos of wedding celebrations, Thanksgiving dinner and other important occasions.

Managing that endless list of phone numbers will be far easy with Motorola Pebl U6 as it supports upto 1000 numbers and a photo phone book is also available.

Novel features like "picture caller identification" and "screen 3" make Motorola Pebl U6 stand apart in this plethora of mobile gadgetry. Screen 3 is an innovative technology in Motorola Pebl U6 which allows you to access news, sports without any need to browse the websites. Infact it is Zero click access 1 technology, where no click of a button is required. Information is served to you, without any effort needed on your part.


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