Take the Party with You with the New XT615 Android Smartphone from Motorola Mobility
With a large touch screen, sleek look and slim price, the Motorola XT615 just made itself your favorite stylish gadget
Nov. 26, 2011
BEIJING – November 26, 2011 – Thanks to the new Motorola XT615 Android™ smartphone from Motorola Mobility, Inc., you can stop stretching out your favourite Friday-night jeans to cram your phone into the pocket. At just 9.8mm thin with a 4-inch edge-to-edge screen and Android 2.3, this is not your uncle’s smartphone – it’s all yours. Today, you have the opportunity to experience true style with popular fashion designers at the opening ceremony of “The Power of Fashion” fashion week brought to you by Motorola and Fashion Weekly. The Motorola XT615 is your party-ready, knows-what-you’re thinking best friend, and it will be available across China starting December for RMB2,999. With this smartphone, the party never stops.
“Motorola has always been about connecting style with technology,” said Frank Meng, corporate vice president and president of Motorola Mobility, China. “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.”
You know what you like, and the Motorola XT615 embraces it. With the new Moto Switch user interface, this smartphone learns what music you listen to, who you talk to and which apps you use and keeps all of that information front and center. You’ll never have to look twice (although you might want to just for fun), because all of your content is displayed on a crystal-clear 4-inch touchscreen that is guaranteed to impress. With an asymmetric design and pulsing lanyard hole light, the Motorola XT615 loves personalization on the outside too, so attach your favorite keychain or phone charms and make it your own.
Spend a night on the town and capture your friends’ signature dance moves with the Motorola XT615’s 8-megapixel camera. They might mistake the LED flash for a strobe light. And thanks to Android 2.3 and an 800MHz processor, you’re always on top of your game. Motorola XT615 is available in two party-ready colors – licorice and ultra white. So grab your phone, slip on those awesome jeans, and show them your style.
Key Features and Specifications:
- Bands: WCDMA, HSDPA/Quad-band GSM
- Platform/ OS: Android Gingerbread 2.3 with Moto Switch UI 2.0
- Dimensions: 117.7 x 60.5 x 9.8 mm/ 123.6g (with battery)
- Display: 4.0” 480x854 FWVGA
- Camera: 8MP LED flash/VGA front, LED Flash
- Connectivity: 3.5mm, USB 2.0 HS, BT3.0 EDR/A2DP, 3G hotspot, WLAN
- CPU/Memory: 800MHz; 1GB ROM/512MB RAM, supports up to 32GB microSD card
- Video & Audio: capture/playback/stream MPEG4, H.263, H.264; AMR, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MIDI, MP3, WAV
- Battery: 1390mAh
- Others: contact sensor, gravity sensor, eCompass
Pricing and Availability:
Motorola XT615 is coming to customers in the middle of December. For more information visit motorola.com/mobility
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