Motorola EX130 feature phone packs in dual screens [Tech]

by Avinash Saxena

TECH  For the most part, geeks overlook the feature phone category altogether in favor of the smartphones which don’t generally cost that much more. A new feature phone from Motorola has turned up today the phone has one interesting feature that will have some taking a closer look at the EX130. This phone hasn’t gone official yet. It runs the Qualcomm Brew MP operating system that has been running on feature phones for a while now.

The EX130 has a main screen that is 2.8-inches and has a screen resolution of 320 x 240. It has 128MB of memory and 64MB of RAM. The thing that has captured the interest of some people perusing the specs of the phone is that it has a thin little OLED screen at the bottom of the device with a resolution of 96 x 16. That little screen would presumably allow the user to have scrolling feeds of important data that they can access while doing other things on the phone.

What I mentioned above are all the features that we know right now. There are key items that are a mystery, such as what network the EX130 will run on. Whether it runs on GSM or CDMA networks is unknown. The price is also unknown, but considering it is a feature phone, it can’t be particularly expensive.


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