So far, I haven’t spotted any Bluetooth FM transmitter. It always seemed kinda strange why no one haven’t done it before — after all we live in a wireless world where cables, well… suck!
Motorola decided to change that with MOTOROKR T505, which connects with your phone via Bluetooth and from there transmits your audio to the FM frequency. It’s simple as that — you don’t have to physically connect your device to anything. The T505 scans for clean frequencies, and when it finds one, it says aloud, “Tune your radio to…[frequency].” There’s also the caller ID functionality, as well as support for the A2DP profile (stereo Bluetooth).
We still wait for Motorola to announce pricing and availability of its latest accessory. In the meantime check out more photos from the Motorola holiday show in NYC after the break.