Motorola launches new handsets ahead of CES

Motorola has launched a few new phones ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, one of which will be headed to AT&T Mobility and another to T-Mobile USA.

AT&T will be launching the rugged Motorola Tundra. The HSPA clamshell device features a 2-megapixel camera, push-to-talk and support for AT&T Navigator. The phone will be available Jan. 13 for $199, after a $50 mail-in-rebate and on a two-year contract.

In addition, Motorola will debut a phone called Renew, which has all of its plastic parts made entirely from recycled plastic water bottles. The phone will be headed to T-Mobile USA in the first quarter. No pricing details are available.

And finally, Motorola is debuting the touchscreen Surf A3100, a quad-band GSM phone, running on Windows Mobile 6.1. The device has 3G support, WiFi capability, a 3-megapixel camera, Google Maps and messaging and email support. Users can use a stylus, trackball or simply their finger to interact with the device. Motorola has not announced to plans to bring the phone to a U.S. carrier yet, but it will arrive in China in the first quarter.

For more:
- see this pic of the Moto Tundra
- see this pic of the Moto Renew
- see this pic of the Moto Surf
- see this article
- see this release on the Tundra

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