Motorola Launches Android Smartphone With Two Chips For R $800

With the launch of two models of low cost Android first in Brazil, Motorola wants to win over consumers in search of the first smartphone

With no release of great impact out of Brazil in recent months, Motorola announced on Wednesday (13), two new smartphones arriving first around here. The highlight is with the Razr D3, the most advanced of the line, which brings enhanced capabilities such as 1.2 GHz processor with two cores, 8 megapixel camera that also shoots in full HD, 4 inch screen and NFC (Near Field Communications). The product goes on sale in the coming weeks also in version with two chips, R $800.

Motorola also throws in the country a more basic model, with touch screen of 3.5 inches and with version that includes digital TV.

Called Razr D1, the product also comes with 1 GHz processor, but only one core, 5 megapixel camera, Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean, plus 3 g connections, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. The product goes on sale this Wednesday (13) with R $550 price, in the version with digital TV and two chips.

The products will also have more basic smartphones, but also cheaper: in the case of Razr D1, the model with only one operator and TV chip will cost R $500; in the case of Razr D3, the model with only one chip will cost R $700.

The Brazil is the first country in the world to receive the new low-cost smartphones from Motorola–other countries of Latin America and other regions only receive products over the next few months. The new models entering the war by consumers seeking your first smartphone and disputes with new models from LG, Nokia, Samsung and Sony, who come to Brazil over the next few months.

Guaranteed upgrade

One of the arguments of Motorola to sell more devices to competitors and to guarantee that the new smartphones will receive the upgrade to the next version of Android. The company, which was acquired completely by Google in may 2012, has yet to release weather forecast when the new version will be offered for the products.

According to executives of Motorola, updating appliances receive will not be to version 4.2 or Jelly Bean of Android, the last thrown by the company, but for the next version of the operating system, which has not yet been announced by Google.