Motorola MOTOPOWER A1600i, 40GB Multimedia Concept Phone With a 5.1 MP Camera


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While Motorola tries to gain back its momentum and take advantage of the Mobile World Congress 2008 to launch a couple of new phones, we’re drooling at the best “specd” concept Motorola phone ever. I found it on the Motorolafans forum and it’s the MOTOPOWER A1600i, based on the Ming and RAZR series and designed by Ravefolk. Here’s the phone’s impressive features list, as made available by the designer himself:

– 5.1 megapixel camera, Carl Zeiss optics, 30x zoom, flash
– OLED touchscreen display, 2.8 inch, with a VGA resolution (480 x 640), displays 16 m colours
– Adobe Photoshop Micro for image viewing and editing
– Supports VGA video recording at 30fps, stereo
– Opera ZX browser (flash player enabled) YouTube ready
– Dolby Surround Prologic 2 for extreme movie audio quality
– Built in powerful 3D sound
– Connectivity via Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi-fi
– Almost all media type support with Mototunes
– Advanced 32 bit graphics by ATI
– 3.5g support (HSDPA – 14mbps up)
– VGA videocall camera
– FM radio with RDS and short range fm audio transmission support
– 40gb flash built-in memory (USB mass storage)
– Dual open mode (v & h) with horizontal GUI support for enhanced gaming experience and faster typing with virtual keyboard
– Dedicated gaming keys on the above display
– Dedicated media player, video recording and camera keys
– GUI in screen auto positioning via built-in 3d movement sensor
– Rhythm lights with different presets and screen visuals for events
– Customisable lights and visuals
– Slim 19mm full metal body

Dimensions – 101x59x19mm

[Via motorolafans]