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Motorola Spice
Mark Peters : October 8th 2010 - 11:40 CET
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MotorolaMotorola Spice Android handset : Motorola introduces a new Android-based handset; the Motorola Spice. It looks good and it works even better. The Motorola Spice mobile phone is perfectly packaged with a curvy, rounded design on the outside. And on the inside it’s all Android. A full QWERTY slide-out keyboard, with a large, capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch support for text input, pinch-to-zoom and fluid flick navigation makes it super easy to send messages on the fly and connect with all your friends while you’re on the go. If the sign says curves ahead, you’re probably checking out the Motorola Spice. With its attractive, rounded design and a vertical sliding QWERTY keyboard, it’s a new Smartphone that serves you smartly.

Motorola Spice

Motorola Spice
The Motorola Spice Android phone is conscious of the environment by using 25% post consumer recycled plastics. The Motorola Spice cell phone does everything you want and does it with a conscience. Using multiple software applications to check text messages, calls and calendar events can be time-consuming. But with Motorola’s exclusive Flashback application, you can now view and manage your mobile phone communications and content all from a single application. Flashback keeps track of your call history, messages, calendar events and photos and videos, and maps them to a timeline. It pulls the key information from your day, simplifying your life and communications.

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Motorola Spice internet functions
The Motorola Spice mobile phone offers a PC-like browsing experience with a full HTML browser. Enjoy your favorite Google services like Gmail and Gtalk, and stay on top of the latest social media updates with Facebook and YouTube widgets. And with Motorola Back Track, the rear touch panel, you’ll be able to quickly and easily navigate and scroll through your favorite websites without obstructing your screen. Now that’s web surfing made easy...and mobile. And with thousands of downloadable software applications from the Android Market, many of which are free, your options are virtually endless with the new Motorola Spice phone.

Motorola Spice Smartphone

Motorola Spice features
Are you in the mood for a little entertainment? The new Motorola Spice mobile phone has a 3 Megapixel digital camera that lets you capture and playback photo and video. Plus, all your videos and pictures will live in one convenient gallery that’s easy to scroll through and access from any computer - no software required thanks to Moto Phone Portal. You’ll also enjoy an all-in-one music player that includes a library, FM Radio, song recognition application and Music Store.

Motorola Spice review

Motorola Spice review & availability
The new Motorola Spice Android Smartphone will be available in Q4 2010. For more information regarding pricing and product availability in your region, please contact your local Motorola phone dealer. As soon as we receive a Motorola Spice test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Motorola Spice review. We do not have Motorola Spice price information.
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