Ahead of the CES, Motorola has announced two new handsets in the W233 Renew destined for T-Mobile, and the long spied Atilla device, now known as the MOTOSURF A3100, which Motorola calls a 3G “touch-tablet” running Windows Mobile 6.1.
The W233 Renew is being touted as the first handset to be produced from recycled plastics while featuring a claimed 9 hours of talk time along with messaging functions and CrystalTalk support. Â The handset will launch on T-Mobile next month.
The Motorola A3100 features Windows Mobile 6.1, a 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen display, quadband GSM/EDGE, triband HSPA 7.2 support, customizable homescreen, trackball navigation, microSDHC expansion slot, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, Â front mounted VGA camera, and 3.2 megapixel main camera with autofocus and video recording with GPS support rounding out the featureset.Â
The MOTOSURF A3100 is not confirmed for American release as of yet with Asia and Latin America selected as the first launch markets at this time.