Back in July, when we first saw the Motorola A45 Murano, we didn’t have any official details about it.
Well, today Motorola has announced the phone in Brazil, under the name of MOTOCUBO A45.
As it turns out, the A45 is an eco-friendly handset (just like the W233 Renew). 25% of the phone is made out of recycled plastic bottles, while 70% of it is recyclable.
Designed for young mobile users, the MOTOCUBO A45 is a messaging phone with a landscape QVGA display and a sliding QWERTY keyboard.
The A45 also comes with:
- Quad-band GSM/EDGE connectivity
- Access to Facebook, Orkut and MySpace
- MP3 player
- 3.5mm headset jack
- FM radio with RDS
- Google Maps
- 2MP camera
- Preloaded games (Spore, The Sims 2)
- 2GB memory card in the box
The phone will be available starting September, being priced at 549 Brazil reais (about $293). No word yet about the release of Motorola A45 outside Brazil.
Via Press release
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