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Motorola quench XT3 to support Indian Android market this Diwali: A review

Motorola Quench XT3 launched in India with its Google’s Android OS, pretty silently in the Diwali rush. They claimed that it launched keeping in view the Indian audience whom affordability and features make huge difference. It is expected to have supported the Android demand in India.


Other than regulatory menu, home search and back soft buttons it has hard buttons for call receive and reject, that could the good news among women, as it is always handy to use real buttons rather than moving the fingers across the screen impatiently.


The android tablet Motorola Quench XT3 weighs 114 grams and measures which make it quite handy and it has a slim trim, sleek look as well. The Android-powered touchscreen, features high resolution 3.2inch capacitive touch screen display alongwith pinch and zoom technology and a trackball to make browsing easy. We are still to browse through its connectivity set with Wi-Fi, 3G (HSDPA), Bluetooth and a GPS chip for place location system.


The handset includes a decent 3 megapixel camera with LED flash and digital zoom, may not be enough for the professional photography but, can sufficiently equip you with random , good quality photographs and could be use to upload them to you favorite social networking sites.


With expanded search function it enable users to search from wide range Google applications such as bookmarks, browsing history, contacts and more. It even helps find data in applications, a useful feature in a phone with support for up to 32GB of storage and space for thousands of songs and dozens of hours of video. It is loaded with 600MHz processor and has 256MB RAM and 512MB ROM.


The Motorola Quench XT3 phone is available in India at some stores between Rs. 12K to Rs. 14K which is quite affordable for the group wanted to have an Android set, although the tablet runs with Android 1.6 instead of 2.1 which is the only visible limitation, however still a pretty good catch.


Motorola Mobility India Country Head Faisal Siddiqui revealed that with quench they are targeting those users who are interested in smartphones but haven’t made a big leap to invest in one. However, it is yet to discover how it works this festive season in India.

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