Motorola Introduces Java Technology-Enabled Phone with Color Display

Motorola i95cl Handset's Large Color Screen Takes Advantage of the J2ME

Platform to Enable Enhanced Mobile Gaming, Graphics, Mapping Applications And

Streaming Video

Mar 25, 2002, 00:00 ET from Motorola, Inc.

    SAN FRANCISCO, March 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Motorola, Inc.
 (NYSE:   MOT) today announced the first Java(TM) technology-enabled mobile phone
 with a color display for iDEN(R) networks. The Motorola i95cl handset was
 unveiled at the 2002 JavaOne(SM) Developer Conference in San Francisco's
 Moscone Center (Motorola Booth #1728).
     This clam-shaped phone incorporates Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition
 (J2ME(TM)) technology, which allows users to customize their handsets with
 applications to meet their changing needs. It features a large, 120 x 160-
 pixel color display that can show up to 256 colors for Java applications. To
 accommodate compelling color applications such as games and streaming video,
 the phone offers expanded Java functionality. It contains expanded memory
 capabilities, enhanced T9(R) text input and Lightweight Windowing Toolkit
 (LWT) functionality.
     "The Motorola i95cl mobile phone offers developers even greater
 opportunities for creating Java technology-based applications with our J2ME
 development platform," said Peter Aloumanis, vice president and general
 manager, U.S. Markets Division, Motorola's iDEN(R) Subscriber Group. "The
 handset's color LCD allows users to take advantage of more robust Java
 applications, such as games, streaming video, maps, and graphics, providing a
 richer user experience."
     The i95cl handset allows users to manage their applications by adding,
 deleting or storing applications online. Pre-loaded applications include
 games, productivity tools and several selectable wallpaper patterns.*  The
 i95cl will also allow users to customize the handset by downloading additional
 applications and musical MIDI ring tones. The handset features a color icon-
 based menu for easy navigation and a choice of six changeable color palettes.
 Its Java applications are integrated into the user interface, allowing users
 to conveniently select applications from the main menu.
     The phone offers a hands-free speakerphone for conference calls, voice-
 activated dialing, and a voice recorder. The two-way radio function allows
 users to communicate instantly with one or hundreds of individuals at the
 touch of a button. The phone's rich polyphonic sound can replicate 16 voices
 or instruments simultaneously and support the sounds of 128 harmonic and 47
 percussion instruments.
     The Motorola i95cl handset has a cool silver finish with navy trim. It
 measures 1.26 x 1.9 x 3.5 inches (32 x 50 x 90 mm), has a 1.1 x 1.5 inch (29 x
 38 mm) color display, and weighs 5.46 ounces (155 grams) with the slim battery
 and 5.8 ounces (165 grams) with the standard battery.
     The handset is expected to be available in the summer of 2002 through
 Nextel Communications and Southern LINC in the United States and TELUS
 Mobility in Canada.
     Developer Support Program
     Motorola's iDEN developer support program provides developers with
 virtually everything they need to develop, deploy and commercialize their
 applications for J2ME technology-enabled handsets from Motorola, including
 tools, technical support, marketing, and distribution. For more information
 visit .
     About Motorola and iDEN
     Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:   MOT) is a global leader in providing integrated
 communications and embedded electronic solutions.  Sales in 2001 were
 $30 billion.
     iDEN handsets combine the capabilities of a digital wireless phone with
 "always on" Internet access, text pager, and two-way radio to enable users to
 instantly communicate with one or hundreds of individuals at the push of a
 button. For further information on iDEN handsets, visit .
     * Not all applications are available from all carriers.
     MOTOROLA and the stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent &
 Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their
 respective owners. Java and all other Java-based marks are trademarks or
 registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other

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