Motorola Mobility has announced that it's releasing the RAZR V XT885 in the Chinese market. Just a couple of weeks ago, the phone was announced for Canada, and now China represents the latest part of the rapid expansion for the RAZR line.
The RAZR V XT885 comes with a 4.3-inch screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and is 8.35mm thin. It's also sporting on-screen buttons, similar to what's found on the new AT&T Atrix HD.
The Motorola RAZR V will be available throughout mainland China for RMB 3,298 (~$515). Check the full press release after the break for more details.
Source: Motorola Mobility
RAZR Style and Quality Meet Awesome Value as Motorola Mobility Launches Motorola RAZR™ V XT885 in China
Iconic styling and mind-blowing thinness, made with you and your budget in mind, and now in a WCDMA version for China Unicom
July 18, 2012
BEIJING – July 19, 2012 – You’re going places, and you’re going fast. You need a smartphone that will be by your side whenever you need it, and that will look and feel good in any situation. Good news: Motorola Mobility is proud to introduce the latest member of the RAZR™ family, Motorola RAZR V XT885, a beautiful Android™ 4.0-powered smartphone that wraps a vibrant 4.3-inch screen in a surprisingly svelte body and a range of gorgeous colors, at a price that’s almost too good to believe. Motorola RAZR V XT885 brings support for China Unicom’s 3G network to the RAZR V line.
“With Motorola RAZR V XT885 we’ve created the perfect smartphone for stylish, smart and tech-savvy consumers who want great looks, great performance and great value,” said Frank Meng, Senior Vice President and President of Greater China, Motorola Mobility. “We are committed to creating devices that are beautiful and powerful, but also affordable. The new Motorola RAZR V XT885 embodies that commitment perfectly, and brings all the advantages of the RAZR V family to China Unicom’s 3G network users in China.”
An amazing 8.35mm thin with a glorious 4.3-inch screen, the Motorola RAZR V XT885 makes iconic RAZR family styling and quality available to everyone. KEVLAR fiber, a narrow bezel and a comfortable, soft-touch rim mean that this big-screen beauty is surprisingly compact and light, and feels great even in smaller hands, while a splash guard coating protects the outside and the internal components. With black, white and shocking pink options, you can choose the color that reflects your own personality and style. And while Motorola RAZR V XT885 comes at a surprisingly affordable price, it gives away nothing in performance, thanks to a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and Android™ 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich).
What goes better with beauty than brains? With Smart Actions, the Motorola RAZR V XT885 can adjust to your preferences, learning when and where you like it quiet or loud, and even when it can switch off certain applications and functions to get the most out of your battery life. Because you’re switched on all day, and your Motorola RAZR V XT885 should be, too. The Connected Gallery gives you one-click playback convenience on compatible DLNA devices and enables you to share and view friends’ pictures on your favorite social networks. The connected music player gives you live lyrics, song recommendations, news on your favorite artists, and more.
Pricing and Availability
Motorola RAZR V XT885 is coming to you in mainland China from today at a suggested retail price of RMB3,298. For more information visit motorola.com/mobility
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