Motorola Mobility and Nextel announce availability of Motorola MASTER in Chile
Sep 28, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Motorola Mobility Holdings, Inc., a provider of technologies, products and services that enable mobile and wireline digital communication, information and entertainment experiences, and Nextel have announced the availability of Motorola MASTER in Chile.
The new Motorola MASTER from Motorola Mobility and Nextel is an Android-powered smartphone with tools like a touch screen, a contoured QWERTY keyboard and Business Ready. Motorola MASTER will be available exclusively from Nextel, the company said.
Motorola MASTER is also preloaded with Google Mobile services including Google+, Google Maps for Android, Google Talk, Google Search, Gmail, YouTube and apps from Google Play, to deliver a multimedia experience.
Motorola MASTER delivers security with features that will keep users personal and corporate data safe, such as an easy to manage operating system, encryption right on the device and on the SD card, and password management. Motorola MASTER comes with integrated Authentic IPSec multi-headed VPN, the company added.
According to the company, additional features include 5MP camera with 4x digital zoom and LED flash, HD720p video capture, , Google Mobile Services, and FM radio.
"This phone, just like all that we offer today, has incorporated our differentiator Prip. It is a high range terminal with a great processor and pointing to people and companies that need to be always connected, ideal for executives who need to work on remote permanently", explains Fabio Toledo, Marketing vice president for Nextel Chile.
"Motorola MASTER brings the security and support features that IT must have, on a device that employees will clamor for," said Adolfo Rizzato, commercial manager, Motorola Mobility Argentina and Chile. "Now, you can efficiently type, text, browse and talk on a phone that's as beautiful as it is smart."
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