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Motorola launches sharper variant of RAZR

Motorola launches sharper variant of RAZR
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First Published: Thu, Aug 02 2007. 07 08 PM IST

Moto Q at a glance
Moto Q at a glance
Updated: Fri, Aug 03 2007. 12 37 AM IST
New Delhi: Motorola has recently launched its high-end cellphone MOTO Q, which is an improvisation of its existing RAZR, in India in collaboration with Tata Teleservices Ltd.
Based on a QUALCOMM Multimedia Platform chipset, the MOTO Q in its thin and stylish form is integrated with the Windows Mobile 5.0 operating system.
Subscribers can also buy the phone on the Business Platinum 649 plan, under which they are offered free monthly data usage of up to 512 MB along with free local calling of Rs150.
Moto Q at a glance
Retailed at Rs19, 999, the package comes preloaded with the full-length Bollywood movie Dus, five MP3 songs and customized wallpapers, integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with video playback and capture along with an additional high capacity (1640mAH) battery.
“The MOTO Q is a real must-have device that enables true seamless mobility by liberating all of us from the constraints of our offices and living rooms,” said Malcolm Dawe, vice-president and general manager, Motorola India Mobile Devices.
“MOTO Q brings together all converged solutions users need to work, stay in touch and have fun. With the best voice, data and design technology in one ultra-thin, intelligent, hard-working device, the MOTO Q enables increased productivity and entertainment on the go,” he added.
The phone also offers integrated Bluetooth 1.2 wireless technology with stereo profile support for communicating with Bluetooth-enabled headsets, car kits and other devices. Fulfilling the expectations of a QWERTY handheld, the MOTO Q puts an ”intelligent” device in users’ pockets making its owners do away with their laptops but stay connected to their business while on the go.
“The launch of the MOTO Q showcases our joint initiative to bring a rich converged mobile experience to the Indian market. This cutting edge device combines world-class design, software, technology and network, and is perfect fit for Indian consumers seeking an enriched multi-media experience,” said Kanwalinder Singh, president, QUALCOMM India & SAARC.
Vinayak Deshpande, president, enterprise and HNI business, Tata Teleservices, said: “We believe in constantly enhancing both our services and product portfolios. We enjoy great support from our customers who have chosen our service, and believe that the introduction of the MOTO Q will only reaffirm their belief in us being the right choice as a telecom service provider.”
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First Published: Thu, Aug 02 2007. 07 08 PM IST