The A920 was launched by Motorola to specifically support the 3G operator, Three, in markets around the world. It was powered by the Symbian OS and used the UIQ pen-based user interface.
It was described by Three as it's "most advanced 3G handset to date, setting a new standard for the mobile industry."
The phone combined a mobile phone, video and still camera, a PDA, an MP3 player and gaming capability. It was marketed as a video-centric device with content including Premiership soccer goals and the latest film clips that could be viewed on its large 3-inch 65,000 colour display.