Anyone who has ever experienced a Chinese phone or generic brand with a minimum expectation of durability can be getting too disappointed. One of the main reasons the price that leads someone to buy a Chinese unit is using 2 chips. Before this was a feature almost exclusively the MP15, MP20 and other appliances of this type.
Then came the Nokia C2-00 with 2 chips and now an Android, the Motorola Fire. You no longer need to spend rage using a dual SIM adapter that will drain the battery quickly.
The Motorola Fire comes in black and white with the version of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). He has a screen to QWERT keyboard and generous, of 2.8 inches. According to Motorola’s 1400mAh battery durability of up to 7 hours in conversation and there is also a reasonable camera 3MP camera. Also accepts memory card of up to 32 GB, FM RDS radio, Wi-Fi, GPS and aGPS.
The biggest advantage of the machine is accepting 2 chips at the same time, especially in Brazil where the steep price and the bad quality of make you have 2 phone lines on the same device.
Compared to other dual SIM handsets, the Motorola Fire ever WINS by has a current and recent operating system. In Android 2.3 you can use your phone as a 3 g router. You get the 3 g signal and distributes to other devices over Wi-Fi. This is extremely useful when traveling and to use the internet on a laptop or netbook that doesn’t have 3 g. You can only have 1 chip with 3 g but use the internet to multiple devices with him. If the idea is to save on bills having 2 different plans chips, why not save also sharing the 3 g connection?
The video of the launch of Motorola Fire shows more details and functions of the device.
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