AT&T to release rugged Motorola ES400 for businesses

By on October 6, 2010 at 4:50 PM.

AT&T to release rugged Motorola ES400 for businesses

Last week, we told you about wireless-carrier Sprint releasing the rough and rugged Motorola ES400S; an enterprise device certified for MIL-STD 810G, a 4-foot drop, and IP42 sealing specifications. Today, AT&T announced that it too would be offering the ES400 to its business customers. The device, which runs the Windows Embedded Handheld platform, has a 3-inch VGA touchscreen display, 3.2 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi a/b/g, 1 GB ROM, 256 MB RAM, GPS, and a 1540 mAh battery. Pricing and availability were not specified in AT&T’s press release; Sprint will be selling the device for $499 on-contract. More →

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Motorola announces the rugged and secure ES400

By on June 18, 2010 at 1:00 AM.

Motorola announces the rugged and secure ES400

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Windows Mobile 6.5 isn’t dead, it’s just been given a bizarre makeover and loaded onto a strange new handset from Motorola in the ES400. Created specifically for enterprise customers that need a handset that’s as secure as it is rugged, the Sprint-bound ES400 will run Microsoft’s newly announced Windows Embedded Handheld, an OS that is currently based on WinMo 6.5.3. An EV-DO world phone with support for HSDPA roaming, the ES400 is kitted out with a 3″ VGA touchscreen, 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi a/b/g, barcode scanner, 600MHz ARM 11 processor, 256MB RAM and 1GB of internal flash memory. Pricing and a release date have not been set. More →

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BlackBerry 9650, BlackBerry 8230, Motorola ES400, and more show up in Sprint's order forms

By on April 4, 2010 at 12:10 PM.

BlackBerry 9650, BlackBerry 8230, Motorola ES400, and more show up in Sprint's order forms

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If you’re a BlackBerry user on Sprint you’re probably itching to get a brand new BlackBerry device, you know, seeing as yours is probably outdated already. Well, if you’re looking for a new BlackBerry 9650 or BlackBerry 8230, you might not have to wait too long as they’ve just showed up in Sprint’s order forms. In addition to those two devices making appearances, a Motorola device, the ES400 also shows up too, in addition to the previously seen Palm C40. We’re betting the Motorola device is an Android handset, not a Windows Mobile handset as previously thought. Couple more shots after the break! More →

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