Motorola Announces Android Powered Spice

Motorola and Android have been a great combination since the time we saw the first Motorola Droid. The company has now unveiled its other Android powered devices and one of them is the Motorola Spice.

The Motorola Spice is a vertical slider which has a 3-inch display and runs Android 2.1. Currently the device is only available in the Brazilian markets. There is no information whether it will reach US carriers but I have a feeling that it may appear in the Indian market some time later, as the company has recently announced two new Dual-SIM phones for the Indian markets. It is not as powerful as the Droid Pro but it looks really worth being a great product in the mid-level category.

The Motorola Spice features 3 megapixel camera with 8x Digital Zoom and fixed focus, WiFi 802.11 b/g, aGPS, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR. Moving on it has all the other basic features you expect from an Android device. It has physical storage of 512MB expandable up to 32GB via microSD and 256MB RAM.

The phone will be available for purchase later in Q4 2010, no pricing information is yet available.

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