GLOBAL - Motorola is now focusing on the South American markets, launching the Motorola PRO+, Motorola Lead i940 and the Motorola Spice XT in Mexico, while Colombia received the Motorola PRO+.
A number of recent announcements by mobile equipment manufacturer Motorola have heralded the release of a variety of new cell phones in different locations around the world and has seen it working in partnership with telecom companies local to each of the areas.
One of the products announced was the Motorola PRO+, which provides users with a fairly impressive set of specs and is designed for extra durability for users that need a handset that can handle a knock. The handset is available in Mexico through Motorola Mobility de Mexico S.A de C.V and Telcel whilst in Colombia it will be available through Motorola of Colombia S.A.S..
Motorola has also released a further two devices in Mexico, the first of which is the Lead i940, a 3.5” touch screen Android smartphone with a selection of preloaded apps and is available through Motorola Mobility de Mexico S.A de C.V and Nextel Mexico. The other handset is the Motorola Spice XT, which is still a 3.5” touch screen display but is a more slim-line, low-cost model and is available through Motorola Mobility de Mexico S.A de C.V and Telcel.