Motorola Gleam – unboxing in pictures

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One Mobile Ring has taken delivery of the update to the best-selling thin Motorola RAZR handset – the Motorola Gleam, where we thought we would bring you these unboxing images.

The Motorola Gleam is the first RAZR style of handset made by Moto since 2007, and was announced at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year

Motorola Mobility’s Gleam tips up in a slim 13.8mm thin case, with a traditional RAZR flip phone look and functionality that will be familiar to most.

The 2011 RAZR model comes with a built in FM radio, with MP3 playback ability, a 2megapixel camera with video capture and landscape video viewing.

Moto’s Gleam arrives with a 2.4-inch 240×320 QVGA display, with text and email messaging, a WAP 2.0 browser and support for 16GB microSD cards.

There’s no support for WIFI or 3G and the phone only has dual band GSM access, although there is Bluetooth 2.12 with EDR and AD2DP support.

A second screen doesn’t accompany the new version of the RAZR mobile on the rear of the clamshell, instead there’s an LED Matrix on the outside of the phone that displays notification messages through the transparent case.

Originally published at OneMobileRing.com