Motorola MOTOJEWEL to set foot in UK this Christmas, ladies rejoice

04 Sep, 2008

Motorola MOTOJEWEL is the latest lower-midrange handset to add to the Motorola Christmas portfolio. Targeted at the ladies, it's got a 3D crystal inspired design in a clamshell form factor and "dazzling" purple keypad (sorry but we couldn't help but quote that last one from the press release).

Seemingly based on the Motorola U9, the MOTOJEWEL packs touch-sensitive external controls, a 2 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth and the proprietary Motorola CrystalTalk noise cancellation technology. A mini purse that comes in the retail package will be able to hold all the night-out essentials - the phone, a credit card and a lipstick, so be sure to pack light.

No further details are yet announced so we guess that now after the design team has done its job in copying the HTC Diamond design, it's time for the engineers to gather up and finalize the specs sheet. Let us help you out, guys! You don't need to be that inventive, just copy the Motorola U9 specs.

The Motorola MOTOJEWEL will be available in the UK as of November 2008 exclusively through the Carphone Warehouse store. No details on the availability to other markets or the expected pricing are revealed.


Reader comments

  • Steven_T
  • 23 Dec 2008
  • q2S

how come American people don't consider them as English people why call American ??? think about it and the answer for the question about the Chinese & the Taiwanese will be the same.

  • jjsoviet
  • 12 Sep 2008
  • R5v

"Anything the almighty brand does is right, and everything Motorola does is wrong" This quote is very true in today's society. Brand prestige is what's plaguing consumers nowadays, and it they do not stick to the famous brand, they are automatic...

  • BOang
  • 11 Sep 2008
  • vp1

I agree with you... as what I've said in previous post including removed post for unknown reasons, the best we can do is speculate. We know that there's trouble in the company and offers to sell, but that's only the official news that we got as of no...

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