Motorola Mobility has introduced the GLEAM+ – a sleeker version of 2011's What Mobile Award-winning mobile phone.
It drew praise for being the best non-touchscreen phone and now the firm has released a device that is 0.4mm thinner than its predecessor.
The handset is designed to be uncomplicated so people can simply enjoy having a mobile phone without getting easily confused.
It also features an FM radio, an easy to navigate mp3 player and SD card support to ensure people can transfer all of their music on to the device.
UK and Nordics marketing director at Motorola Mobility Victoria McManus said the phone has been designed with a clear focus on delivering a great mobile phone experience in a simple and sleek finish.
"The Motorola GLEAM+ is as stylish and easy to use as ever for the consumer who enjoys the simple things in life, without compromising on design and functionality," she continued.
Posted by Claire Marshall