Two more Android Gingerbread smartphones coming to Europe in February...
Motorola has unveiled two Android-smartphones - slated for a February release in Europe.
This is the Motorola Motoluxe, which runs Android Gingerbread, and comes with a four inch 480 x 854 touchscreen.
The relatively slim handset is powered by an 800MHz processor and Motorola estimates that its 1400 mAh battery should provide up to 6.5 hours of talk time and 19 days of standby time.
The handset has an eight megapixel rear facing camera. For connectivity the device includes Bluetooth 3.0 and wi-fi b/g/n.
This is the second, more diminutive, handset announced by Motorola: the Defy Mini.
The Defy Mini has a 3.2 inch 480 x 320 touchscreen display with scratch resistant glass and also runs the Android Gingerbread OS.
A 600MHz processor powers the device. The HSDPA handset also offers Bluetooth 2.1 and wifi b/g/n.
The Defy Mini features a three megapixel, rear-facing camera.