New Motorola boasts "rich consumer experience"
30 October 2009 — 10:24 AM
Those in the market for a new smartphone may want to consider mobile recycling ahead of next Friday.
This is because November 6th has been revealed as the launch date for the eagerly-anticipated Motorola DROID - the first model to fully utilise the 2.0 version of Google's Android operating system.
According to the manufacturer, people can expect high-speed internet capabilities from the handset, as well as a host of functions that lend themselves well to the search company's platform.
Sanjay Jha, co-chief executive officer of Motorola and chief executive officer of its mobile devices division, said this all adds up to a "rich consumer experience".
"Combined with Android's open, flexible graphical user interface and the power of [3G], DROID is a smartphone that simply doesn't compromise."
Jon Butler, creative brand manager for Envirofone.com, welcomed the release of the new Motorola: "It's great to see another cutting-edge handset on the market," he commented. "There has never been a more exciting and diverse variety of mobiles available, so now's the time to trade in your old handset and discover the wonders of new technology!"
The new Motorola is the second in the company's line to boast the operating system, following the DEXT that was announced earlier this year.
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