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Motorola rocks MOTO U9; don’t call it a PEBL

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moto U9Motorola announced the “organically shaped” Moto U9 today. The rounded clamshell phone relies on Windows Media Media Player 11 and is targeted at those wishing to put music on their phones.

Annoy others with the built-in speaker or keep it to yourself via blue-tooth, the U9 allows you to pump your tunes with one touch music controls, fade in and out for calls and sexy touch sensitive controls on its glossy seamless surface. TheU9 supports
WMAv10 plus Janus DRM, MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC+ enhanced.

Interesting features include an on board 2MP camera capable of 8x digital zoom delivers the pictures and video. Bonus points for the seemingly floating display.

Best of all perhaps, is Fergie is hawking the unit:

“Fergie is a GRAMMY Award-winning, multi-platinum superstar artist as well as a woman on the cutting edge of modern style. She is the perfect icon to help us communicate to consumers that style and music are integral to people as a way to express themselves – and that MOTO U9 embodies those qualities,” said Joni Christensen, director of Global Music Marketing, Mobile Devices, Motorola.

Press Release [Motorola]

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