Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Motorola brings Quench XT3 to India at 12,500

Bangalore: Motorola has introduced a new phone, Quench XT3, from its Quench series, which the company first showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier this year. However, the XT3 has undergone few drastic changes from its predecessors. Available online in India, the phone is priced at 12,500.Running on Android 1.6 OS, the Quench XT3 comes with the promise of an OS update to Android 2.1. The phone is one of the low priced Android devices available in India. Selling in the same bracket are other Android phones like Samsung Galaxy 3, Xperia by Sony Ericsson and the HTC Wildfire. The phone comes with a 3.2 inch capacitive HVGA display screen with a 3MP camera with autofocus and LED flash. The handset is powered by a Qualcomm 600MHz processor with a RAM of 256MB and a ROM of 512MB. The changes that we talked about in the beginning include a newly integrated call button, an end button, and a navigation purpose trackball. Connectivity features of the Quench XT3 include Wi-Fi, 3G (HSDPA), Bluetooth and GPS. Sporting a 1270 mAh battery, the phone gives a talk time of 500 minutes and standby time of 480 hours. The features of the Quench XT3 are not something the consumers had been waiting for. These features are easily available in other phones. Even the OS is a setback for the phone. While most of the phones that are running on Android make use of the latest version of the OS, the Quench XT3 runs on the 1.6 version.For instance, the Samsung Galaxy 3 which is priced lower than the Quench XT3 at  11,899 uses the 2.1 version of the Android OS. In face of all this what market the Motorola Quench XT3 is able to garner will be exciting to see!  

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