Motorola IRONROCK Now Available in Mexico via Nextel

The PTT handset is powered by Google’s Android platform

Major carrier Nextel and Motorola Mobility have just announced the immediate availability of the Motorola IRONROCK in Mexico.

According to the carrier, Motorola IRONROCK is the first multi-network Smartradio device to be launched in partnership with Motorola.

The smartphone has been especially built to work on the carrier’s new technology platform, Nextel Evolution, which is said to be one of the fastest data and voice networks in the country.

Motorola IRONROCK is also the smartphone with the largest display in Nextel’s portfolio. In this regard, the device comes with 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen display that supports 540 x 960 pixels resolution and 16 million colors.

“With the launch of Motorola IRONROCK we have introduced a line of devices that enable users to live and experience the benefits of the new Nextel Evolution platform. We are pleased to continue our relationship with Motorola, and we believe the IRONROCK further solidifies our business alliance and strengthens our overall product offerings,” said Alberto Escobar, marketing vice president of Nextel Mexico.

Motorola has also confirmed the smartphone packs a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, though no details on the amount of storage and RAM have been provided yet.

The IRONROCK also sports an enhanced 8-megapixel rear photo snapper with autofocus, LED flash and video recording, as well as a secondary 1.2-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls.

It comes preloaded with Quickoffice suite and provides access to more than 700,000 apps and games via Google Play store.

“Today, the mobile office isn’t just a convenience; it’s an essential tool for businesses and professionals alike. The new Motorola IRONROCK makes it simple for users to stay connected with work and family all the time. Motorola Mobility and Nextel share a commitment to bringing people the highest quality, most useful devices, and we’re thrilled with their commitment to Motorola IRONROCK,” said Vince García, iDEN director of Motorola Mobility.

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