Motorola has been very keen in announcing their company’s stream of new handsets for smartphone lovers. We’ve heard all about Droid, Flipout, and Bravo, etc from their range. Moreover, last month, they’ve also unveiled another smartphone which is targeted towards consumers who are first time smartphone users. That is none other than the Motorola Citrus mobile phone. And at last, the handset is hitting the markets today (November 11th) for a price of $49.99 with a $100 rebate and a two – year contract. The device will be available under Verizon Wireless carrier.
Dubbed as one of the few earth-friendly devices, the Motorola Citrus is made out of 25% post-consumer plastic and is built without PVC and BFR. It’s certified carbon free. This entry – level smartphone also boasts specs and features including a 3-inch touchscreen display, a 3 megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, and stereo Bluetooth. Moreover, the Citrus ships with Android 2.1 operating system. Other features include a web – browser which supports Bing as the primary search engine and Bing Maps which allows users to experience PC-like Web browsing experience and access to Facebook, Google apps like Gmail, Google Talk, and YouTube. In addition, the Motorola Citrus mobile phone sports a QWERTY keyboard which can appear in landscape or portrait modes. The phone also gets a lot of customizable features and user-friendly keys using flicks, swipes, and pinch-zooming navigations.
Once again the Motorola Citrus smartphone is already available so make sure to check out Verizon website for additional information regarding the device.