x PhoneArena is looking for new authors! To view all available positions, click here.
  • Home
  • News
  • Motorola introduces two new Brazilian RAZR models

Motorola introduces two new Brazilian RAZR models

Posted: , by Alan F.

Tags:

Motorola introduces two new Brazilian RAZR models
Motorola RAZR D1 (L) and Motorola RAZR D3
Motorola RAZR D1 (L) and Motorola RAZR D3

Motorola RAZR D1 (L) and Motorola RAZR D3

Motorola has announced a pair of new smartphones for the Brazilian market. The Motorola RAZR D1 and the Motorola RAZR D3 will both launch with Android 4.1 and Motorola has guaranteed an update to Android 4.2 for both models.

The Motorola RAZR D1 offers a 3.5 inch screen, and can be bought with single or dual SIM functionality. A single-core 1GHz processor is cooking the stew and 1GB of RAM is on board. (It really seems that 1GB of RAM is the new 512MB of RAM, allowing low-end models to get updated, as Motorola has promised). 4GB of native storage comes with the phone, and that can be bumped higher using the 32GB capacity microSD slot. The D1 can be bought with or without analogical and digital TV and a 1785mAh cell powers the handset, which has Android 4.1 installed. Motorola Mobility's Circle widget gives users quick access to news, weather and time. This model is available now, online, for 549 Reals ($278) with the dual SIM and television options.

The Motorola RAZR D3 offers a 4 inch Gorilla Glass screen with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and also has 1GB of RAM and 4GB of native storage. Yes, there is a 32GB capacity microSD slot that will expand your storage. A 2000mAh battery keeps the lights on and Android 4.1 is installed out of the box. This model is also available in both a single or dual SIM variation, and in black or white. Priced at 799 Reals ($405 USD), the Motorola RAZR D3 will be available in a few weeks. For more information, visit Motorola's Brazilian site by clicking on this link.

source: Motorola

7 Comments
  • Options
    Close




posted on 14 Mar 2013, 02:13

1. avin007 (Posts: 139; Member since: 28 Feb 2013)


pretty impressive......they should keep up the good work

posted on 14 Mar 2013, 02:16

2. Alberth-OC (Posts: 1; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)


Pra vocês verem como pagamos caro por um smartphne mid end. Só pra vocês estadunidenses terem uma ideia um Nokia Lumia 920 aqui no Brasil custa dois Lumias ai nos USA. Tudo isso por culpa dos altos impostos que pagamos que de retorno é uma merreca. Este é um dos maiores problemas do Brasil, os altos impostos e burocracia fazer os produtos custarem uma fortuna. Tanto que até a HTC parou de operar em Julho do ano passado por market fraco, claro pela demora e burocracia de lançar smartphones aqui.
PS: If they want to understand Portuguese text translated to English.

posted on 14 Mar 2013, 02:19

3. avin007 (Posts: 139; Member since: 28 Feb 2013)


What crap

posted on 14 Mar 2013, 02:21

4. Nathan_ingx (Posts: 2999; Member since: 07 Mar 2012)


Moto Brazr???
Looks like RAZR M...

posted on 14 Mar 2013, 03:40

5. BattleBrat (Posts: 1062; Member since: 26 Oct 2011)


Can't say that I love them, but this is more along the lines of what I expect from Moto.

posted on 14 Mar 2013, 10:19

6. mui2g6 (Posts: 20; Member since: 12 Dec 2012)


overpriced though :-(

posted on 15 Mar 2013, 15:06

7. AceStorm1249 (Posts: 14; Member since: 16 Feb 2013)


Omg Motorola BRING YOUR A game or you'll end up like Blackberry (minus the Z10)

Want to comment? Please login or register.

Latest stories