New Touchscreen Linux SmartphoneMotorola introduced Wednesday a touchscreen handset that's aimed at young mobile professionals looking for their first smartphone.
The Moto A810 is not as powerful as the updates to the company's Ming line, but it should still have enough features for the workers on the go.
The Linux-powered handset has a sleek candy-bar form factor, and the 2.2-inch touchscreen with 240 by 320 resolution. The included stylus can be used with the built-in handwriting recognition software. The smartphone will also come preloaded with stock trading and dictionary applications, and it's capable of receiving corporate e-mail.