Today, mobile phone maker Motorola made official a new Android-based mobile phone for the Chinese market, the Motorola RAZR V XT889.
The new device is available in the country via wireless carrier China Telecom starting today, providing users with the possibility to enjoy the benefits of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on a new, highly-appealing device.
was made official at the 2012 Tianyi (E-Surfing) 3G Handset Trade Fair & Mobile Internet Forum, putting together Motorola’s great design and China Telecom’s 3G network in a styling device capable of catching peoples’ attention.
The new mobile phone arrives on shelves with a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display that has been wrapped in tough KEVLAR fiber and a splash-guard nano-coating.
“It’s great to be collaborating with China Telecom once again to launch these two amazing smartphones,” said Frank Meng, senior vice president and president of Greater China, Motorola Mobility.
“Motorola RAZR V XT889 is a sleek sidekick that delivers great value for money. It’s tough and smart, and has software tools that will make your life simpler from morning to night.”
Motorola RAZR V XT889 was designed to provide users with support for both their professional and personal lives.
It comes with Motorola’s exclusive Smart Actions software, which is capable of learning users’ habits and which will adjust the phone’s settings in accordance with what you are doing.
Thus, the handset
should always suit user’s preferences, while being capable of delivering longer battery usage times.
When arriving at the office, Smart Actions will silence the phone. When plugging headphones, it will launch the latest playlist, all without the need to push extra buttons.
“And when Smart Actions turns off the programs your phone isn’t using, your battery life is extended so you can surf, chat, shop, and share for hours and hours on a single charge,” Motorola explains.
The phone also arrives with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with HD video recording, as well as with a front camera for making video calls.