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All three phones are part of the MING Dynasty, a new series from Motorola, and are featured as PDA phones. The 1600 has a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, while the A1800 has a 3 megapixel camera with autofocus. Both phones have handwriting recognition and GPS. 2.4-inch touchscreen device will feature handwriting recognition, a 2 megapixel cam, memory expansion via SD card, and hopefully the bezel around the screen will end up a little more even Motorola-A810-White-Shang_chi, also available today, abandons the transparent flip cover of the MING line and is targeted at a more entry-level audience that still wants a touchscreen but with fewer extras. It lacks GPS and scales back to a two-megapixel camera while supporting the same handwriting features of the premium phones along with a native 3.5mm headphone jack for listening to MP3s. With a large touch screen display and Motorola’s advanced handwriting recognition, it’s easy to communicate whether you are sending or receiving SMS or e-mail. Text entry is as easy as using the stylus to write directly on the 2.2” interactive screen. For even more visual communications, shoot, snap and share pictures or video with the built in 2 megapixel camera and video recording and playback functionality. Share photos and videos instantly via MMS or e-mail, or with up to 2 GB of removable memory, there is plenty of room to store photos and video to show off to friends later. A810 makes it easy to connect with friends or family and share important moments. An easy to use touch screen interface with access to e-mail and Internet, make it simple to manage your busy professional life, while an integrated MP3 player, FM radio and video recording/playback capabilities help stimulate your senses during downtime. The A810 provides the functionality and features you desire at a price you can afford.