Motorola Unveils RAZR D1 and D3 to First Hit Brazil Today

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Introducing two new editions to their RAZR family, Motorola welcomes their wallet-friendly RAZR D1 and RAZR D3, with a first stop in the land of Pele and Bossanova.

First hinted at by means of an ill-defined teaser ad posted on Motorola’s Facebook page Wednesday morning (featured to the right,) the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-powered handhelds are slated to hit Brazilian shelves starting today with the D1 and with the D3 to appear in the following weeks. RAZR D3

The Motorola RAZR D3 is a low-cost, feature-phone designed to stay relevant with ‘guaranteed upgrades’ to the next version of Android. Features include a four-inch touch screen with scratch resistant Corning Glass, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM.

Running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, it has a 2,000 mAh battery, 4 GB of storage space and a micro-SD card slot to add up to 32 GB of free space.

It’ll be available in black or white and in a dual- or single-SIM card version. Brazilians can get on for about $406 in a few weeks, no exact date known yet.



The RAZR D1 has a 3.5-inch touch screen, in front of a 1GHz processor and a single GB of RAM. It’s battery is a modest 1,785 mAh unit and the phone comes with 4 GB of internal storage with a micro-SD card to increase that, just like it’s big brother, the D3.

Also available in black or white, it too is promised to recieved software updates as they roll out. The D1 will go for roughly $278 and is available today through select Brazilian mobile retailers.


With Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility, it’s no surprise to these new Motorola phones are heavily Android-weighted. It’s nice to know that these models will fill a niche for buyers who want a phone to run the latest Android OS but perhaps have little need for hardwares or additional features of top-tier smartphones.

As more information rolls out about the Motorola RAZR D3 and the RAZR D1, we’ll be sure to keep you in the loop.


<Source: Motorola Blog>

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