Motorola, which has just announced the Android-running Defy for T-Mobile USA, is launching a new touchscreen phone that runs Qualcomm’s Brew OS.
Named Motorola EX300, the phone is an entry-level one. It features tri-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE connectivity (900/1800/1900 MHz), 3G (900/2100 MHz), a 2.8 inch QVGA display, GPS, stereo Bluetooth, 3.1MP camera, and MicroSD card support.
Below you have a quick video preview of the Moto EX300 (in Chinese):
The dual-SIM Motorola EX128 and EX115 are also Brew phones, which could mean all future EX-series Moto handsets will be based on Qualcomm’s platform – hence they should be cheap.
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