Does it seem shameless for Motorola to release an Apollo-themed phone that comes bundled with NASA video footage, pics and ringtones like "That's one small step for man..."?
Motorola famously supplied NASA, and specifically the Apollo program, with communications equipment, including the transponder that transmitted those first images, audio, and telemetry back from the Lunar surface. Hence the company's famous Moon-boot ad from 1970 which declared, "Motorola was there."
The special "Celestial Edition" phone is an update to the AURA (from 2008), meaning the tech is basically the same (only a 2MP sensor and 2GB of memory?!). BUT, the handset does come bundled with commemorative postcards and the following info laser-etched into it:
"Motorola AURA Celestial Edition, Honouring the Apollo 11 mission, 20th July 1969"
Yep, that's right. "Honouring" is spelled with a 'u' because the phone is available in the UK.