Motorola Gleam unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2011 brought back memories of the highly-successful MotoRAZR. An entry level phone, Motorola Gleam is best suited for people who just want a simple phone that makes calls and therefore it should not be priced too high-expect it to cost less than Rs 5,000.
Motorola has launched Pro, an Android phone for business people with a Qwerty keyboard and special security features, at MWC 2011. We don't the India launch date or price but our early impression are positive.
Motorola’s latest offering to India – Motorola Defy Android 2.1 smartphone – is now available at a price of Rs. 17,999 through Flipkart.
Motorola’s Atrix 4G is likely to be available at Amazon Wireless starting Feb. 11, 2011.
Motorola is expected to release three smartphones running dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processors clocked at 1GHz.
Motorola has launched Milestone XT800, India’s first Android-powered CDMA+GSM dual standby/dual SIM touchscreen smartphone at a price of Rs. 31,999.