Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Motorola Launches Android 2.1-Powered Touch Tablet QUENCH XT3 in India

Motorola's ready to launch the QUENCH XT3 Android 1.6 powered mobile phone in India. Turns out, even our sources were misinformed. The official word is in, the QUENCH XT3 is an Android 2.1 powered touch tablet. Read on to find out.

The QUENCH XT3 is Motorola’s only entry-level Android-powered device to date and is 12.5mm thin, weighs 114 grams, and fits into the palm of the hand with a soft-touch finish. It is 116 x 56.8 x 12.5mm. 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 trackball.

The device comes with pinch-and-zoom features, 3.5G speed and WiFi connectivity, and a 3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and LED flash.

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. The tablet comes with support for up to 32GB of storage. It supports varied music formats; MP3, MIDI, OGG VORBIS, PCM/WAV, AAC LC/LTP, AAC+, Enhanced AAC+ and video capture / playback / streaming, H.263, H.264, Mpeg-4.

The Android 2.1-powered QUENCH XT3 is available in India at a Best Buy price of Rs 12,990 (MRP: Rs 14,990). With every Motorola QUENCH XT3, get an adidas jacket and 2 pairs of movie tickets absolutely free.


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