February 11, 2004
Motorola launches Linux smartphone
Anonymous Reader writes "Motorola has launched an embedded Linux powered A-76x-series smartphone in the China marketplace, with VPN capabilities and productivity software targeting enterprise customers. In addition to phone features, the A-768 offers a PDA, browser, MP3 music playback, up to an hour of full-motion video recording, speaker phone, 5-hour voice recorder, finance utilities, and more. It looks a lot like a souped up version of the A-760 that Motorola China launched in August, 2003."