Motorola Launches QUENCH XT3 For Rs 12990

By October 28th, 2010 AT 11:39 AM

Motorola announced the launch of the entry-level Android-powered device QUENCH XT3 in India. With a winning combination of power, usability and style, the QUENCH XT3 is designed to bring to you the power of Android1 2.1 and an easy and fun touch screen mobile Internet experience at an attractive price of Rs 12990.

The slim and sleek QUENCH XT3 is Motorola’s entry-level Android-powered device to date and is 12.5mm thin, weighs a featherweight 114 grams, and fits naturally and easily into the palm of the hand with a comfortable. The user can navigate the phone with either the bright, high-resolution 8.1cm (3.2inch) capacitive touch screen, or with just one hand using a convenient trackball that keeps the screen finger-free for easy viewing.

Pinch-and-zoom features, 3.5G1 speed and WiFi1 connectivity help the user surf the web effortlessly and ensure that you’re always connected with friends and colleagues. A 3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED flash ensures great pictures and videos that can easily be uploaded to favourite social networking sites.

The Motorola QUENCH XT3 supports the Android platform, a vast range of Google services, and access to more than 100,000 applications and widgets on Android Market. An expanded search function helps the user to keep track of all data on the phone, such as bookmarks, browsing history, contacts and more. It even helps find data in applications, a useful feature in a phone with support for up to 32GB of storage and space for thousands of songs and dozens of hours of video.

Key Features Include:

  • Android1 2.1 platform
  • A 3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED flash
  • 8.1cm (3.2inch) HVGA screen, 320 x 480
  • Capacitive pinch and zoom display
  • Extras1 such as 3.5G1 and Wi-Fi access, aGPS and stereo Bluetooth make QUENCH XT3 a solid Android-powered device.
  • Supports varied music formats—MP3, MIDI, OGG VORBIS, PCM/WAV, AAC LC/LTP, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+
  • Accelerometer
  • Full HTML browser with Webkit for PC-like browsing
  • Video: Capture / Playback / Streaming, H.263, H.264, Mpeg-4
  • MP3 Player
  • Preloaded Social Networking Sites (e.g. Myspace / Facebook)
  • Premium, pocketable design, 12.5 mm thin
  • Expanded search function makes it easier to find information online or within the device to keep track of all data on the phone, such as bookmarks, browsing history, contacts and more, serve up Google web search results based on location1, or launch applications. It comes powered with a 600 MHz processor.
  • The Trackball allows browsing through menus and web pages without obstructing the screen.
  • Android Market1 has more than 100,000 applications and widgets, and there are opportunities for limitless customizations and enhancements to QUENCH XT3.
  • Size: 116 x 56.8 x 12.5mm
  • Internal Memory : 512 MB flash, 256MB RAM,  Expandable up to 32GB
  • 3.5mm (0.35cm) headset jack.

With Motorola Android2.1-powered QUENCH XT3 customer will get an adidas jacket4 and 2 pairs of movie tickets absolutely free.

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naitik
naitik

it didnt have front camera ,,what the use of 3g without video calling???

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does it has fm radio?

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