Motorola Milestone Brings Android 2.1 to India – Priced@ 32k

Motorola has announced the launch of Milestone phone in India, set to become the first Android 2.1-powered phone for India.

Powered by Android 2.1, Motorola Milestone offers the ability to use multiple applications at once and boasts of a thin QWERTY slider (13.7mm or 1.37cm).

MILESTONE comes preloaded with lifetime free access to fully voice-guided street-level navigable maps of 401 cities in India.

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MotoNav offers voice-guided navigation and routing in the cities and across major national and state highways, across 400,000 towns and villages and explore over ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­one million PoIs (points of interests) like budget/premium hotels, petrol pumps, eating joints, ATMs, hospitals as well as tourist and religious spots.

The GPS navigation service is free with no activation or data charges, independent of mobile networks and can be used even without inserting the SIM card, as the maps are fully loaded on the mobile.

Motorola MILESTONE Specification

  • 9.39cm (3.7 inch) widescreen display with 854 pixel width and more than 400,000 total pixels
  • High-speed, cortex A8 processor
  • Pinch and zoom, double tap zoom
  • 5 megapixel camera with dual-LED flash, AutoFocus, and image stabilization.
  • 3.5mm (0.35cm) headset jack
  • CrystalTalk™ Plus for superior talk quality
  • 8GB memory card
  • Calendar – syncs with Exchange as well as Google Calendar.

As far as pricing is concerned, Motorola Milestone is priced at Rs. 32,990/ – though on a higher side [see the price of iPhone 3GS].

Do you plan to buy the Milestone?

Also see: Mobile Sales in India – Nokia Market Share Falls, Local Manufacturer Strikes it hot

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