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Motorola Aura Gold and Diamond Edition

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on October 25th, 2009

Motorola Aura Gold and Diamond Edition The Motorola Aura has yet another new edition. The latest gold-plated, diamond-studded Aura is named the Motorola Aura Diamond Edition and as usual is aimed at those with some disposable income. It will cost you £3,500 ($5,700) and is plated with 18 carat gold, with thirty of the thirty-four diamonds on the phone’s circular display.

The other four diamonds are on the navigation key on the keypad. Some features include quad-band GSM/EDGE, CrystalTalk technology, stereo Bluetooth, Music and video players, email, web browser, 2MP camera and 2GB of internal memory.

Motorola Aura Celestial Edition

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on July 1st, 2009

Motorola Aura Celestial EditionMotorola has unveiled the Celestial Edition of its Motorola Aura to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the moon landing. It’s the standard Aura that you know and love with extras like original NASA content from the moon landing. You’ll get video footage and stills as well as historic audio clips like “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”, and “The Eagle has landed”.

All of this is somewhat fitting, since Motorola was the company that provided the original radio transponder aboard Apollo 11 that relayed the first words and visuals from the moon to Earth. Nothing on pricing yet, but I’m sure it will be expensive.

Fake Louis Vuitton Motorola Aura

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2009

Fake Louis Vuitton Motorola AuraIf you like the Motorola Aura and love yourself some fake luxury, you’ll want to check out this latest knock-off. It adds the popular and overpriced Louis Vuitton treatment to Moto’s phone. It’s called the Imobile Phone V453.

This bastard love child of branding ditches the Aura’s circular display for a square-within-a-circle display. It also has a ring of LED lights around the display. That at least is new.

Motorola Aura clone shows up in China

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on November 19th, 2008

Motorola Aura clone shows up in ChinaIt’s amazing how fast Chinese cloners move. They’ve done it again. Poor Motorola. They tried so hard to keep their beautiful new phone off of ebay. Here it is in all of it’s clone-y-ness.

It’s called the Wingtech D20, and basically what they have done is take all the beauty of the Aura and flush it down the toilet through the use of cheap plastics and bad colors. And there ya have it. Instant crap-gadget for people on a budget. Everyone will know you’re on a budget when they see this thing. Some features include: Swiveling, switchblade-like design exactly like the Motorola Aura, Support for dual-band GSM networks, GPRS Class 10, 1.5-inch TFT 128 x 128 pixel LCD, Multi-language support, MP3 and MP4 player, USB connectivity, and Up to 4 hours of talk time and 120 hours on standby.

Motorola Aura: A watch trapped in a phone’s body

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on October 21st, 2008

Motorola Aura: A watch trapped in a phone’s bodyWhat is this new pretty thing? Surely that’s too nice to be a phone. It’s Motorola’s latest, the premium Aura handset, and it’s all about design. It was inspired by high end swiss watches. The phone’s switch blade design all by itself is driven by over 200 parts and 130 of them are ball bearings used to open the handset up to an estimated 100,000 times before failure. It doesn’t end there.

The display is the work of fine engineering too. Just 1.55-inches in diameter, it’s the “world’s first” circular cellphone screen and features 16 million colors and 300 dpi clarity. I guess it doesn’t hurt that it’s coated with 62-carat sapphire crystal too, in order to prevent scratching. The phone is quad band with GPRS and EDGE featuring 7.3 hours of talk time, 2GB, AGPS, stereo Bluetooth, microUSB port, and 2MP camera. It will be available starting December 4th for $2,000. Fine watch quality, fine watch price.