Video: Motorola WILDER for the Adventurist!

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Checkout this new phone that Motorola announced; the Motorola WILDER it’s a small and slow phone that is splash and dust proof. Motorola was secretive as to what OS and process this phone is using, which was a downer. The Moto Wilder is a GSM dual-band phone that have an interesting specs like 2.8-inch QVGA resistive touch screen with a secondary 0.7″ OLED (96 x 16 1-liner) screen, 2-megapixel camera that can capture video at 15fps, a number of built-in apps that we usually don’t see on high-end smartphones like Tetris, Game of Life, Need For Speed, Soundhound.

Unless you’re in Italy, don’t be upset if you didn’t see this on your favorite gadget store, it will be available starting this September for €89, that about SAR 464.00 or a little above Php5,000. You can read the full PR below to know more about the Moto Wilder.

Get into the Action and Live Life for the Moment with Motorola WILDER™

Motorola Mobility introduces a fun, social touch screen phone that’s splash and dust-resistant

Sept. 08, 2011

MILAN — Sept. 8, 2011 — Jump into the heart of the action with the latest splash and dust-resistant touch phone from Motorola Mobility Italia. Motorola WILDER™ enables users to live life for the moment without worrying about their phone, whether hanging out on the beach, relaxing poolside, or amidst the muddiest and rowdiest festival scenes. Motorola WILDER will be available from September for €89 (VAT included, suggested price) at the main Italian distributors and retailers.

With a durable 2.8-inch touch screen, Motorola WILDER lets users access and integrate their social networking accounts, like those from Facebook®, Myspace™, Twitter and YouTube™, so they can connect with friends and stay on top of status updates all day long. Motorola WILDER also features a secondary notification screen, highlighting important information that matters most, like incoming messages from friends and family and information on the music track they’re playing.

Motorola WILDER offers an FM radio for streaming the latest hits, exciting games, including Need for Speed, and cool apps, such as Soundhound®. The 2-megapixel video camera lets users document their wild adventures, and the Web browser keeps them entertained and informed while on-the-go.

“Motorola WILDER provides on-the-go consumers with a touch screen experience that is splash and dust-resistant, offering a cost-conscious option that is still cool,” said Paolo Prearo, general manager for Motorola’s Mobile Devices business, Motorola Mobility Italia. “The durable phone is a great addition to our device portfolio and was developed with our customer needs in mind. With integrated social media and a secondary notification screen, users can stay on top of what really matters to them, and being splash and dust-resistant, they can get into the action without worry.”

Motorola WILDER Features:

Compact GSM dual-band phone with 2.8-inch QVGA resistive touch screen
Social networking integration for sites like Facebook, Myspace, Twitter and YouTube
Embedded games & apps: Tetris, Game of Life, Need For Speed, Soundhound
Entertainment delivered with a FM radio and MP3 player. MP3, AAC +, AAC +, eAAC +, AMR NB, AMR WB, Midi, WAV
Capture the action with a 2-megapixel camera and 15fps video capture/playback
5MB on-device memory, up to 32GB expandable memory to store music, photos and more(1)
HTML Web browsing (opera mini) and support for messaging applications including SMS, MMS and e-mail
Bluetooth®(2) capabilities for wireless calls and music
Secondary notification display
910mAh battery delivers talk time up to 575 minutes and standby time up to 255 hours(3)
Accessories: a 3.5mm headset and micro USB charger
Splash and dust-resistant

Motorola WILDER will be available from September for €89 (VAT included, suggested price) at main Italian distributors and retailers.

Information about Motorola WILDER can be found at or in this video.

Last modified: September 9, 2011

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