Motorola today launched three slim stylish dual-SIM mobile phones in India. Motorola EX212, Motorola EX 119 and Motorola EX109 sport different designs and form factors to accommodate the varied taste of consumers in India. Motorola EX212 is a compact flip phone with a 6.0cm (2.4-inch) graphical display.
Motorola EX119 presents both a full Qwerty keyboard and a 6.0cm (2.4-inch) capacitive touch screen in a super-slim package while Motorola EX109 is a slim mobile phone which offers a full Qwerty keyboard.
All three mobile phones come packed with exciting features and enable users to switch between networks.
''The fast evolving dual-SIM market in India is a driving force for us,'' said Rajan Chawla, mobile devices business country head for sales and operations, India and South West Asia, Motorola Mobility. ''We focus strongly on the consumer and thanks to different form factors, consumers in India can now easily pick between a keyboard experience, a touch screen experience or both – all in stylish, slim packages.''
Motorola EX212: Classic slim flip design with a classy, reflective, metallic look Motorola EX212 is just 13.9mm thin, with distinctive curves, a compact form, reflective metallic surface, a large 6.0cm (2.4-inch) QVGA screen, and a wide keypad. It features a secondary LED screen in addition to its main screen for a dynamic graphical display even when the phone is flipped shut.
Motorola EX212 also has a 2MP camera and an audio-video player that supports MP3 and many other audio and video formats, FM radio a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and support microSD card storage of up to 16GB.