After going strong at CES with the ROKR E8 and Z10 last month, Moto's not got much left to show for itself at the Mobile World Congress.
But rather than turn up empty-handed, it's taken the wraps off two new entry-level yakkers and an updated version of last year's Z6.
The latter has been turned into the Z6w with added Wi-Fi to go, an unchanged two-megapixel cam and Windows Media Player 11 compatibility.
Moto's also keeping it simple with the W161 and W181 (pictured). The candybars offer little more than FM radios, large screens, long talktimes and 'office quality' speakerphones to their names.
And, er, that's it. Not quite the onslaught we were hoping for. Moving quickly on to the Nokia and Sony Ericsson stands now, we think.
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Motorola Z6w, W161, W181
On sale: Q2, Q1, Q1 2008