Friends are within easy reach with GRASP, featuring advanced contact search, threaded messaging and a full QWERTY keyboard.
September 15, 2010 – Motorola and nationwide carrier U.S. Cellular, today announced the Motorola GRASP, a QWERTY mobile phone for users looking to keep their friends one-touch away.
GRASP lets users take their friends with them wherever they go through quick and easy control of their contacts and messages. Advanced contact search makes finding phone numbers and e-mail addresses simple while the QWERTY bar design fits comfortably in pocket or purse.
GRASP is the latest device from Motorola to feature threaded messaging, which allows users to scroll through previous and live conversations simultaneously, similar to instant messaging. Its large QWERTY keyboard makes the device ideal for sending texts and e-mails.
“With Motorola GRASP, we’ve incorporated features that make it simple to connect with the people that matter most, all at an affordable price,” said Dan Papalia, vice president, Motorola Mobility, Inc.
“We know that our customers are on-the-go and deserve a phone that fits their busy lifestyles,” said David Macedon, device manager for U.S. Cellular. “The Motorola GRASP makes staying connected to family and friends easy and fun.”
GRASP also features a camera with digital zoom and fixed focus for quality video capture and playback, an MP3 player, Bluetooth1 wireless capabilities and a 3.5mm headset jack. An expandable memory of up to 8 GB allows users to store music and photos directly on the device.
Motorola GRASP is now available in U.S. Cellular retail stores. For more information, product specifications and images please visit uscellular.com.