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Motorola launches five entry-level mobile phones

Motorola launches five entry-level mobile phones


New Delhi: Cellphone maker Motorola India has launched of five entry-level mobile phones under its existing 'MOTOYUVA' brand.

"The aim was to meet the changing needs of our Indian consumers and make mobile communication available to the widest possible audience," Motorola Mobile Devices & Home Vice-President of Marketing (Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia and Asia) Andrew Morley said in a statement.


"These five new mobiles deliver just that by offering affordable solutions for talking, texting, taking photos and listening to tunes," he said.

The company said the new MOTOYUVA WX range features an FM radio, integrated torch light, bluetooth, integrated MP3 player, expandable memory up to 2 GB, GPRS connectivity and a digital camera.

The price of the five new models - MOTOYUVA WX181, MOTOYUVA WX260, MOTOYUVA WX265, MOTOYUVA WX290, MOTOYUVA WX295 - ranges between Rs. 1,490 and Rs. 2,890.

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