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During the JavaOne Conference Motorola has revealed its new Linux-based mobile phone - the E895, which will be available from Q4 2005. The new phone features a flip-phone case design, and comes with a 1.3 mega pixel digital camera featuring pan and zoom capabilities. Users are able to capture stills and video, and also to utilise video streaming. Bluetooth wireless technology will allow users to send print jobs to wireless printers, connect to other devices for peer-to-peer gaming and stream music to a Bluetooth stereo headset. The phone also utilises TransFlash memory cards, making it possible to expand the memory available. The tri-band Motorola E895 supports GSM/GPRS and EDGE.
Motorola's GM of GSM products, Tracey Koziol, said, "Today's mobile users want to create and share their own content, as well as access existing entertainment and information."