Motorola announces A3100, Renew, and Tundra VA76r

Gettin’ a head start on CES, Motorola has announced 3 brand spankin’ new handsets. Here’s what we know so far.

From left to right:

    MOTOSURF™ A3100:

    Hey everyone, it’s the Motorola Atila! We’ve known the basics about this guy for some time, but now we know a bit more spec-wise. Behind that 2.8″ touchscreen, its totin’ WinMo 6.1, aGPS, omni-directional trackball, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA, 3-megapixel AF camera. Coming in Q1 2009 to Asia and Latin America.

    Tundra VA76r:

    It’s not the prettiest flip phone ever, but it’ll take a beating. Inside the military-spec rugged shell is a bit o’ 3.2Mbps HSDPA, a 2 megapixel camera, A2DP, AT&T Navigator, Telenav Track, Xora Mobile Workforce Management, and Push-to-talk. If that gets your girds a’grinding, hit up AT&T on January 13th.

    Moto Renew:

    It’s green – both in color, and in environmental awareness. We’ll let Moto do the talkin’ here:

    Through an alliance with CarbonFund(TM), Motorola offsets the energy required to manufacture, distribute and operate the phone through investments in renewable energy sources and reforestation. The plastic housing of MOTO W233 is 100 percent recyclable and made from plastics comprised of recycled water bottles, and the packaging was also created with the environment in mind.