Motorola will launch its latest budget-frienfly smartphone, the Motorola Fire, in the UK next month.
The new smartphone is powered by the latest version of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and is aimed at ‘younger tech-loving users’, the company said.
Motorola Mobility UK marketing director Victoria McManus said: ‘We are excited about extending our growing smartphone range in the UK, and the Motorola Fire opens up new possibilities in the smartphone market. The device’s stylish design and its exciting and versatile social media applications will wow younger, tech-loving users in particular.’
The Motorola Fire has a sleek, modern design and a sophisticated finish. Its full QWERTY keyboard and 2.8-inch touch-screen display provide the perfect combination for emailing, texting and browsing the web.
Users can stay in constant contact with friends and family through various social media applications, including Facebook and Twitter.
The handset also boasts best in class battery life, allowing users to talk, browse the web, text, play games and watch videos for much longer.
The Fire also has the Moto Switch user interface, which allows users to switch to a friends-centric mode when they finish work and head home for the day.
With a QWERTY keyboard and a 2.8-inch touch-screen, Motorola’s budget-friendly smartphone offers the fun of social media in a personalised package.
Motorola Mobility was recently acquired by Google for £7.6bn. The Motorola Fire is expected to be available in the UK by late September.