Google owned, Motorola has launched its first cell phone in Brazil which stores up to three sim cards, the MOTOKEY 3-CHIP. The handset is ideal for people who want to use sim cards from different carriers and ensure the best rates. It has a cutting edge design and a full QWERTY keyboard for easy messaging and emails. Wherever you are, connecting to social networks is now even easier.
One can capture photos or record videos on the fly with the MOTOKEY 3-CHIP’s 2 megapixel camera and upload your handy work immediately with a push of a button. Thanks to the device’s built-in MP3 player and FM radio, you can rock out as you walk around town, hang with friends or work out.
And with the MicroSD card slot expandable up to 32 GB, you can store hundreds of songs, videos or photos on your own portable storage device. In fact, the MOTOKEY 3-CHIP doubles as a USB drive. So you can save almost any type of file, even documents, directly on your phone. The MOTOKEY 3-CHIP is commercialized with a 2 GB card.
The Motorola Motorola MOTOKEY 3-CHIP will be available in major retail outlets in Brazil from the first week of June, 2012 at the suggested retail price of R$ 349.