The Motorola Camera Cell Phone: A Picture Of Excellence
In 1928, Galvin Manufacturing Corporation was founded as the maker of battery eliminators, which made it possible for homeowners to run their battery operated radios from their homes' electrical outlets. Galvin Manufacturing, however, soon ran head-on into the Great Depression, but was saved by introducing the wildly successful Motorola 5T71 automobile radio. That device propelled the company, renamed Motorola in 1947, to the forefront of the telecommunications industry. The Motorola camera cell phone of today maintains that tradition.
Motorola entered the wireless industry in 1983, with the establishment of the initiation Motorola cell phone network and the introduction of the DynaTac portable phone. Thanks to Motorola's enormous acquisition of subsidiaries over the years, the Motorola cell phone was able to penetrate the global wireless market early in its life during the 1990's.
As the worldwide cell phone frenzy mounted, many new manufacturers appeared on the scene. The continuing advances in Motorola cell phone technology are a reflection of how seriously Motorola takes its responsibility to make the experience of owning a Motorola cell phone the best it can possibly be.
In 2001, for example, Motorola cell phone users saw a first with the introduction of the world's first metal cell phone, the Motorola v60. Although it was not a Motorola camera cell phone, the original v60 cell phone not only had a housing of anodized aluminum; it had voice-activated dialing, text messaging capacity, and Internet access. It was a best-seller within a year.
The Motorola v60 was the precursor of the first Motorola camera cell phone the V295, introduced, in time for Motorola's seventy-fifth anniversary in 2003. To celebrate its Diamond Jubilee, Motorola also came up the A760 Motorola camera cell phone, incorporating Java technology with a Linux OS. And in 2005, a Motorola camera cell phone with the solution to the flat cell phone problem of dirty keypads and scratched screens arrived with the introduction the RAZR V3, the first flip phone.
The RAZR Motorola camera V3 had other ground-breaking features, including its use of aircraft-quality aluminum cladding and keyboard wit nickel plating. It was also less than 14 millimeters thick, making it the first super slim cell phone; it took its name RAZR, in fact, from its razor thinness.
2006 saw the arrival of the MING Motorola camera cell phone in Asia, in anticipation of the emerging Chinese demand for cellular service. The Ming Motorola camera cell phone can recognize more than ten thousand of the characters used in Chinese writing. And in support of the Global Fund which has been established to stop the spread of AIDS in African countries, the company produced its Red MOTOSLVR Motorola camera cell phone.
Today the Motorola camera cell phone comes in fifty-four models from thirteen different lines, and at least one new Motorola camera cell phone seems to be announced every quarter. The RAZR2 V9 Motorola camera cell phone, for instance, was announced in May of 2007, and will have a two mega pixel camera with 1600 x 2000 pixel resolution.
The RAZR VP Motorola camera cell phone, when available, will be a long way indeed from the first A760 and V295 Motorola cell cameras, which had 352 x 288 and 640 x 480 pixel resolution respectively. And the technologically innovative history of the Motorola camera cell phone will continue!