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November 27, 2011

Motorola introduces new Android smartphone XT615

Keeps all user information front and centre with Moto Switch user interface

By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola Mobility has unveiled its new smartphone Android 2.3 XT615, which features a new Moto Switch user interface which enables the smartphone to know the music that a user listens to, the person a user talks to and the apps that a user use and keeps all of that information front and centre.

The 9.8mm thin smartphone features a 4-inch touchscreen; 8-megapixel camera; 800MHz processor; WCDMA, HSDPA/Quad-band GSM; 3.5mm, USB 2.0 HS, BT3.0 EDR/A2DP, 3G hotspot, WLAN and battery of 1390mAh.

The Motorola XT615 also includes a contact sensor, gravity sensor, an eCompass and the new phone is available in two party-ready colors – licorice and ultra white.

Motorola Mobility China corporate vice-president and president Frank Meng said Motorola has always been about connecting style with technology.

"The new Motorola XT615 embodies the connection of style and technology with one more great advantage: a price that’s almost too good to be true. Now an amazing combination of power and style is within the reach of more people than ever before," said Frank Meng.

Motorola said the XT615 will be available across China starting December.

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