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Enabled with finger writing recognition the Motorola A732 makes text communicating easy! All you need to do is trace characters (Chinese and Roman) with your finger on the keypad surface and send the words you “wrote” as a text message*. The phone supports basic gesture commands for editing and switching between languages. It also learns each user’s character writing style and integrates that learned knowledge with the predictive text engine to make each experience more accurate and quicker.
Experience the ultimate in wire-free, hands-free connections with Bluetooth® wireless technology. Or give your fingers a rest with advanced iTap features for sending text messages* or let the handset talk for you with text to speech capabilities! Simply press the voice key and have the handset read the message to you! And with the embedded language dictionary, you’ll expand your vocabulary and learn new words.
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The Motorola A732’s VGA camera with 8x zoom and large, vivid color screen, lets you capture your journeys with crystal clear precision. And, the sliding design keeps the camera lens covered while not being used. What’s more, the mobile’s video capture and playback coupled with enhanced Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)* lets you effortlessly view and send your creative photography to family and friends. And with up to 512 megabytes of optional expandable memory via TransFlash removable memory card, you can keep it all on file and in your pocket.
SUMMARY OF FEATURES:
The Motorola A732 is expected to be available in Q3 2005.
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