Wednesday, 24 October 2007

Motorola U6 'PEBL' – A Possession to be Proud of

Famous US architect Frank Lloyd Wright once said, “ Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” Motorola Inc., the creator of mobile phones in the pedigree of RAZR and series of other awe-inspiring beauties, can safely vouch for being the biggest practitioner of this philosophy.

It has at least one phone by the name of Motorola U6 alias PEBL to substantiate its claim. PEBL derives meaning from the shape of stony counterpart; numerous of which we stumble upon while making a stroll across a river or sea side, with only one difference that it's a superior calling device too.

In an ergonomic clamshell design, Motorola U6 PEBL grabs your attention the moment you catch hold of it. Almost immediately you start to feel its highly polished exterior. In a dimension of 86.5 x 49 x 20 mm and weight of 110 gm, the phone surely looks like a medium sized ellipsoid stone whose exterior has been smoothened by the force of wind. However, soon an monochrome display on the middle of the figure forces you to believe on its more mechanical origin. The deviation makes you hit the real world. Amazed by the superior craftsmanship, you start to wonder about the near to real mimicry of a nature's creation that the device so successfully comes to present you with.

Flip open and explore abundance on offer from this device. Motorola U6 features a bright TFT that supports 256K hues and reproduces images with a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels. This GSM phone features a VGA camera (one that records video too), powerful MPEG4 player and a highly intuitive JAVA MIDP 2.0 user interface. There are supports for GPRS, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, which also means that PEBL takes perfect care of your all faster data transfer necessities. And there is also a laser etched keypad, making you remember of its counterparts in the line of RAZR series of phones.

Now, with so much so on offer, its certainly not the one that deserves to be thrown far away, much like its homonym. In fact, it commands to be kept inside your palm as a possession to make you proud of...while your peers go green with envy !

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