Motorola announces its first mobile that will work on Juix OS
These days JavaOne, a Sun conference on its flagship programming language: Java, is being developed. One of the novelties that was presented yesterday morning is the Juix OS, a new operating system for smartphones that combines Linux and Java and of which we have not achieved any screenshot.
However, we do have images of the Motorola E895, the first mobile that will use it and that comes with tri-band technology, Bluetooth and support for Flash memory. In addition, it records video and audio and includes presentation generation software, which includes support for adding videos and songs.
This is the first model of the Motorola E series that does not include a touch screen, which will greatly reduce the price of the mobile, leaving it much more affordable. Its release is expected for the last quarter of this year.