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Mark Peters : October 8th 2010 - 11:43 CET
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MotorolaMotorola Citrus Android Smartphone : Motorola announces a new Android Smartphone; the Motorola Citrus. Packing a powerful punch, the new Motorola Citrus handset delivers the full Smartphone experience you expect powered by Android in a compact design that is easy on the eyes, earth and pocketbook. Citrus combines multi-tasking with multi-touch capabilities so you can stay connected and browse the Web seamlessly. And, with housing constructed from recycled materials, Motorola Citrus cell phone is a smarter way to connect naturally. Citrus’ streamlined, curved design fits comfortably in your hands and easily in your pocket or pursue.

Motorola Citrus

Motorola Citrus
With touch capabilities like fluid flick, swipe, pinch-to-zoom navigation, and an easy to use digital QWERTY keyboard (portrait and landscape view), Motorola Citrus mobile phone allows you to navigate the Web and type messages quickly and easily. Cruise the mobile internet the way you want with the full HTML Webkit browser for a PC-like experience. Quickly access your favorite Web apps and services, like Facebook and YouTube, or enjoy your favorite Google services like Gmail and Google Talk while performing online searches and accessing map services on Bing.

Motorola Citrus Android Smartphone
Powered by Google Android 2.1 (Éclair), the Motorola Citrus cell phone lets you multi-task with ease. Text with your friends or browse the Web while also playing music. The Motorola Citrus phone allows you to enjoy more than one software application at a time. The Motorola Citrus Android Smartphone also comes equipped with a touch panel called BackTrack, allowing you to navigate through websites, home panels, emails, music and more - all with unobstructed views.

Motorola Citrus

Motorola Citrus Smartphone
The new Motorola Citrus mobile phone provides a fresh take on customization with seven home screen panels and a variety of widgets and shortcuts you can tailor for quick access to the information you use most. Preloaded widgets like sticky notes, messages, calendar and more keep you organized and on top of your daily activities. Personalize the Motorola Citrus even more with thousands of downloadable apps from Android Software Market.

Motorola Citrus Smartphone

Motorola Citrus Eco friendly handset
Be good to yourself and the environment. The Motorola Citrus handset is not only a feature-packed Android Smartphone, but also climate conscious, sustainable, and designed with the environment in mind. The Motorola Citrus phone housing is made from 25% post-consumer recycled plastic, is PVC and BFR free and packaged in an eco-friendly retail sales box. The Motorola Citrus Smartphone is also certified CarbonFree through an alliance with Carbonfund. Motorola offsets the carbon dioxide required to manufacture, distribute and operate the phone during its lifetime through investments in renewable energy sources and reforestation, allowing you to leave a smaller footprint while still making a lasting impression.

Motorola Citrus review

Motorola Citrus review & availability
The new Full touch Motorola Citrus Smartphone powered by Android Software will be available in North America in Q4 2010. As soon as we receive a Motorola Citrus test sample, we will publish a photo gallery with high resolution pictures, followed by an extensive Motorola Citrus review. We do not have Motorola Citrus price information.
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