Motorola launches 'Milestone' in India

Tuesday, 30 March 2010, 02:21 Hrs   |    3 Comments
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New Delhi: U.S.-based telecom equipment maker Motorola has launched 'Milestone', an Android 2.1-powered smartphone which allows use of multiple applications simultaneously, at a price of 32,990 in the Indian market.

The smartphone "offers the ability to use multiple applications at once and is one of the world's thinnest QWERTY sliders. It also boasts of a hi-resolution, pinch and zoom display."

"Milestone is a smartphone without compromise, delivering a wiser, richer web and messaging experience. As an Android 2.1 device, it does what other smartphones don't. It was designed to enhance consumer experiences, and its full screen web browsing experience, ability to juggle between multiple applications, and suite of Google applications deliver," Motorola India's Country Head for mobile devices Faisal Siddiqui said.

The users will have access to a suite of Google's mobile applications, including search, maps, gmail and YouTube which are integrated into the device.
Source: IANS
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