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More specs leak of Motorola phones, iPhone adapter

updated 05:00 pm EST, Mon February 2, 2009

Motorola handset leak

A few photos and specifics on a couple of Motorola handsets unveiled last week have surfaced recently, specifically the ZN300 candybar cell phone. Apart from a leaked official image, the ZN300 is also believed to ship with a 3-megapixel camera and an LCD of unspecified size that has a 240x320-pixel resolution. Opera's mobile browser is expected to ship with the phone.

Another handset, apparently the QA4, in contrast to the believed QA1 seen last week, will have 3G access and a camera capable of recording video, according to the photos. It will also have an e-mail client and web browser, and dedicated access to social networking sites that include Facebook and MySpace, among others.

Finally, a leaked photo indicates Motorola is also set to unveil a Bluetooth adapter for the iPod touch and/or iPhone to use wireless headphones. It is not known what the adapter, called the D670, will cost or when it will launch, and neither is this information yet known about the handsets. More information is expected at Mobile World Congress, if not earlier. [via JustAMP]

Motorola ZN300

Motorola QA1 screenshots

Motorola Bluetooth dongle for iPod touch/iPhone

by MacNN Staff



  1. bjojade

    Joined: Dec 1969



    doesn't the iPhone already have bluetooth built in? Why would you want a dongle?

  1. lysolman

    Joined: Dec 1969



    The iPhone doesn't support Advanced Audio Distribution Profile through its current firmware, and the iPod Touch doesn't have bluetooth!

    This will allow stereo wireless music to bluetooth headphones. Like the headphones that one Motorola produces.

  1. LouZer

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Re; Bluetooth

    The only bluetooth support the iPhone has is for phone headsets. They don't support stereo (as lysolman states) nor do they even support the basic syncing/networking/connecting most bluetooth devices support.

    That's probably not a big deal, because not all Macs come with built-in Bluetooth support. Oh, wait....

  1. RonC

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ... waiting...

    I have a iPod Touch, and when I'm out with my Touch I don't have access to the "built-in Bluetooth support" on my Mac. I don't like the earbuds that come with the iPods, and the other headsets are a PITA to manage.

    I'd welcome a stereo BT option.

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