Motorola’s First Dual-SIM Phones in India Includes EX115 QWERTY and EX128 Touchscreen Models

Written By Sam on 1 October 2010

Motorola has introduced its first two Dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) handsets ahead of the festive season in India. The Motorola EX115 is a dual-SIM QWERTY phone and the Motorola EX128 is a touchscreen dual-SIM phone with stylus. Both the models come with a 3-megapixel camera, video camcorder, color display and an expandable memory of up to 32GB3 micro-SD card.

Both are dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) handsets and come pre-loaded with links to Gmail, Facebook, Myspace and YouTube and supports Quad bands1 850/ 900/ 1800 /1900; GSM/EDGE (Class10). Other features common to the two devices include Bluetooth (A2DP2) capability, support for various audio formats (MP3, AAC, AAC+, MIDI, WAV. AMR NB) and MPEG4. Here’s a closer look at the two devices:

Motorola EX128 Features

  • A 8.1cm (3.2 inch) WQVGA touchscreen
  • 3-megapixel camera with digital zoom and video camcorder
  • Support for MPEG4 and FM radio
  • Expandable memory of up to 32GB
  • Talktime of up to 300 mins and standby time of up to 350 hours
  • Color display in 65K colors and dimensions of 107.7mm in width, 58mm in length, and 12.4mm in height.
  • Price: Rs 6,990

Motorola EX115 Features

  • A full QWERTY keyboard
  • An expandable memory of up to 32GB
  • Talktime of up to 200 mins and standby time of up to 250 hours
  • A full QWERTY keyboard
  • A 5.8cm (2.3 inch) QVGA color display and dimensions of 61mm in width, 109mm in length, and 12.35mm in height
  • Price: Rs 5,990

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