Amp’d Mobile unveiled the Moto Q today, which is an Amp’d-centric phone from Motorola designed specifically with entertainment in mind. The new mobile launch is geared towards the youth market and their sources of entertainment and social networking.
In a statement, Peter Adderton, founder and CEO of Amp’d Mobile, said, “With the increased acceptability of smart phones among consumers, the Moto Q, Amp’d Edition provides our youth demographic an open platform approach to our unique entertainment experience. Amp’d users will have access to 24 live TV channels, 55 video-on-demand channels, one million downloadable songs, stereo Bluetooth, 3D games and access to all online social networks, as well as any Windows Mobile application.”
The Moto Q Amp’d Edition consists of a slim QWERTY design and Windows Mobile 5.0 software. The device also makes it easy for users interested in work, play, or staying connected with friends. The new device was also built for broadband mobile entertainment, with its EVDO technology, 320×240 vivid display, multimedia content and stereo sound. Adobe’s Flash Lite is another attribute of the service which is a first for any carrier in the US.
Users will be able to watch live television, videos, access Amp’d Originals, tap into social networking sites; a Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Technology feature also allows users to listen to music without the use of wires, personalize their device, and more.