Motorola FIRE con Android 2.3 e QWERTY per l’Europa

12 luglio 20115 commenti
Tramite un comunicato stampa, Motorola annuncia il suo nuovo terminale Android entry level: l'XT316, che arriverà in Europa con il nome di FIRE. Dotato di un display touchscreen capacitivo da 2.8" con risoluzione QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) e tastiera QWERTY, offre 256MB di RAM, 512MB di ROM espandibile tramite microSD fino a 32GB, una fotocamera da 3MP, WiFi, GPS, radio FM, e una batteria da 1420 mAh. Il tutto in circa 110 gr di peso e 116.5 x 58x 13.45mm, e gestito dalla versione 2.3 Gingerbread di Android. La commercializzazione in Europa è prevista entro la fine dell'estate, ad un prezzo non ancora specificato. A seguire il comunicato stampa ufficiale.  


Motorola Mobility Brings Color, Fun and Functionality to Budget Friendly Android Smartphones

With a QWERTY keyboard and a 2.8-inch touchscreen, Motorola’s budget friendly smartphone offers the fun of social media in a personalized package

Never compromise individuality with the new budget friendly Android™ smartphone from Motorola Mobility. The fashionable Motorola smartphone offers a full QWERTY keyboard with touchscreen display, interchangeable fashion jackets and ultimate personalization options users expect from the fun and versatile Android platform. The Motorola XT316™ is now available in China and will be available starting in mid-July in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Latin America. It will be available throughout the rest of Asia and in Europe later this summer.

Motorola XT316 has a sleek, modern design and a sophisticated finish. Its full QWERTY keyboard and 2.8-inch touchscreen display provide the perfect combination of tools for emailing, texting and browsing the Web. Users can stay in constant contact with friends and family through the world’s leading social media applications. And, Motorola XT316 transitions seamlessly between work and play, with a friends-centric widget to make it easier to manage contacts.

Motorola XT316 also comes with best-in-class battery life, allowing users to talk, browse the Web, text, play games and videos all day long. Motorola XT316 also has the Moto Switch user interface, which allows users to switch to a friends-centric mode when they finish work and head home for the day.

“With a fun, beautiful design and a great package of social media options, Motorola XT316 gives busy users the smartphone experience they crave at a price they can afford,” said Fei Liu, senior vice president, Mass Market Consumer Products, Motorola Mobility. “With the combination of the physical QWERTY keyboard, the touchscreen display and access to the entertaining apps and games, the Motorola XT316 outperforms other low cost mobile devices.”

The Motorola XT316 will be marketed as Motorola SPICE Key in Latin America and Motorola FIRE in Europe.

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  • Anonimo

    Oddio che risoluzione… va bene che lo schermo è piccolo, ma comunque è troppo poco.

  • Iosif Munteanu

    e la copia del lg optimus pro :) niente di che

  • Ben

    Cazzo veramente… potevano aumentarla a HVGA (magari un 3.1″) e mettere su 512 di ram…
    E poi c’è già la Motoblur… Poteva essere il mio prossimo telefono e invece no. Cheppalle!

  • Schermo troppo piccolo, fuori mercato.

  • praticamente è il droid pro in versione base?