Enhanced Text Messaging with Motorola Rambler

Motorola RamblerA new Motorola Rambler was introduced today by Boost Mobile, which focuses on enhanced text messaging experience featuring an easy-to-use QWERTY keypad integrated in a compact design.

“Boost Mobile continues to expand its handset lineup with the Motorola Rambler – an ideal phone for the texting enthusiast,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer, Boost Mobile. “Motorola has been an extremely valuable handset partner to Boost over the years and continues to deliver quality handsets that are built to last.”

The Motorola Rambler comes equipped with an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with video capture, a full QWERTY keyboard, a stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, and also GPS capabilities.

“Motorola Rambler takes texting to the next level with a full QWERTY keyboard and the multimedia features consumers crave,” said Richard Gadd, vice president, Motorola Mobile Devices. “Motorola is excited to further expand our portfolio to include even more innovative product offerings for Boost Mobile customers.”

Boost Mobile will make the Motorla Rambler available starting 11th of August for the price of $99.

Motorola Rambler Features:

  • Full QWERTY Keypad
  • 1.3MP camera with video
  • Wireless Web access
  • E-mail access to Gmail®, MSN®, Yahoo!® and more
  • Instant Messaging access to Yahoo!®, AIM®, and Windows Live™ Messenger
  • Stereo Bluetooth®
  • Multimedia and text messaging
  • GPS enabled
  • Voice mail, caller ID, call waiting and call forwarding
  • Speakerphone with voice recognition
  • Downloadable games, wallpapers and ringtones

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