T-Mobile and Motorola Give Customers Three New Flavors of the Motorola PEBLThe PhoneDog - Mascot
Building on the innovative design of the Motorola PEBL, the new Motorola PEBL Colors have the same softly rounded contours, sleek soft-touch texture, sculpted clamshell shape, smooth dual-hinge opening mechanism and the addition of one prominent ingredient – dramatic color. Offered in green, blue and orange, the vivid hues give one more way for consumers to choose a mobile design that fits their individual style.
“The Motorola PEBL Colors are the latest step in the journey to provide products that allow consumers to express style without sacrificing ease-of-use or design,” said Jim Wicks, vice president and director, Consumer Experience Design, Motorola. “Combining simple and powerful design with high functionality, the PEBL Colors offer more than a communication experience – they offer a choice of rich colors and a high-concept design for an ideal lifestyle accessory.”
Michael Gallelli, director and head of Product Marketing, T-Mobile USA, said "T-Mobile continues to lead the way in bringing iconic handsets to market in exciting new colors. The design, colors, and features of the Motorola PEBL deliver a compelling experience for those who want stand-out style and communication options."
Blending style and value, the Motorola PEBL Colors combine Motorola’s innovative design with a set of sophisticated features including Bluetooth® wireless technology* and media tools including an embedded VGA camera with video record and playback. With independent Advanced Voice Recognition and quad-band technology for global connectivity**, the Motorola PEBL Colors ensure consumers are as connected - and stylish - as they want to be.
Celebrating the in-store availability of the Motorola PEBL Colors at T-Mobile, Motorola is temporarily changing the face of well-known locations with giant strips of vivid color in the world’s most progressive and exciting cities. Starting with New York City's Bryant Park from May 23 – May 26 and Chicago’s John Hancock Building Plaza from May 25 – May 29, patrons will see these locations undergo colorful makeovers as part of the large-scale outdoor art installation project.