Motorola outs ICS running RAZR V XT889 for China
Many smartphone manufacturers see China as one of their top targets with regards to increasing sales volumes of their products, and the country is rapidly expanding its smartphone range with the likes of Apple making a big push into the country, and today we have news of the Android ICS running Motorola RAZR V XT889 outed for China
The handset manufacturer has just announced two new Android smartphones for the region and as SlashGear are reporting the RAZR V XT889 is the more capable of the two devices. The RAZR V XT889 comes with a 4.3-inch display and runs the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system, and it also features an eight megapixel camera that is packed into a Kevlar body, which has also been given some treatment to make it splash and spill resistant.
Unlike the other RAZR’s that Motorola has released so far, the RAZR V XT889 is similar to the Galaxy Nexus that features buttons positioned on the screen instead of physicals keys located underneath it. The handset will also feature the Motorola Android overlay, a front facing camera, and a stylish sleek design.
Meanwhile the company has announced a cheaper handset in the form of the MOTOSMART MIX XT553, which offers both GSM and EVDO network support. This comes with a 4.0-inch screen and a 1,735 mAh battery unit, and the handset features dedicated music control keys along with an exclusive Sina Micro application for users to share listening habits with the Chinese social network.
Both the MOTOSMART MIX XT553 and Motorola RAZR V XT889 will be released on the China Telecom network from today, but there is currently no information whether either of these handsets will launch in other regions around the world. The full press release for the devices can be seen here.