Motorola has introduced yet another Android smartphone, this time in Italy. The Motosmart is an entry-level device that should cater to the low-end of the market. Its styling is similar to the Motoluxe as well as a few handsets recently unveiled in China.
This isn’t the first time that Motorola has used the Motosmart name, but this Motosmart bears no resemblance to the Motosmart Mix and Motosmart Flip that were announced earlier this year.
The new Motosmart has a 3.5-inch 320×480 touchscreen, a 3 MP camera, 165 MB of built-in storage space, microSD card support, HSPA, Bluetooth, FM radio, Wi-Fi, and a 1,400 mAh battery. It weighs 115 g and its dimensions are: 116×63.5×11.2mm. It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and judging from Motorola’s past actions regarding updating low-end handsets to new OS versions, it’s probably going to be stuck with that forever.
The Motosmart should already be available in Italy for a recommended price of €129. For that amount of cash, you obviously get a SIM-free and unlocked device. It’s unclear if the Motosmart will also be launched in other countries or territories, but if it will make it elsewhere, we’ll let you know.
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