Motorola outs RAZR D1, D3 in Brazil: dual-SIM support, Jelly Bean and more

Folks around the interweb are still wondering what a certain unidentified Motorola smartphone could be, but while we wait for that mystery to unfold, the company's taken the time to announce a pair of new Android handsets in Brazil. The RAZR D1 and D3 clearly nab a design cue from their M cousin, however both are packing smaller 3.5- and 4-inch displays, respectively. Screen size aside, the better-specced of the two, the D3, boasts an undisclosed 1.2GHz, dual-core CPU alongside 1GB of RAM and a 2,000mAh battery, while the entry-level D1 is loaded with a 1GHz CPU, the same amount of RAM and a slightly less powerful 1,785mAh cell -- plus, each one offers dual-SIM features and runs a rather fresh version of Google's OS, aka Jelly Bean. Per Motorola Mobility, Brazilians can now snag a D1 beginning at R$ 549 (about $280) for the dual-SIM model; the D3, on the other hand, is expected to hit shelves "in several weeks" with a starting tag of R$ 799.%Gallery-181487%

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Two New Motorola RAZR™ Smartphones Bring Amazing Value, Cutting-Edge Features and Guaranteed Android Upgrades to Brazil

Motorola RAZR D1 and D3 come with awesome power, advanced cameras, long-lasting batteries, plus guaranteed upgrades to the next version of Android - at prices that make sense

March 13, 2013

SÃO PAULO – March 13, 2013 – Brazil is the first country to welcome the two newest members of Motorola Mobility's RAZR™ family: the Motorola RAZR D1, for ultimate value, and Motorola RAZR D3, for advanced features at a great price. Offering everything you expect from an Android™ 4.1 (Jelly Bean)-powered smartphone and the distinctively bold and unique RAZR design, both devices are ready for the future, and are the first smartphones in their respective categories to guarantee users an upgrade to the next version of Android. Recommended prices of R$ 549 for Motorola RAZR D1 and R$ 799 for Motorola RAZR D3 put them within reach of everybody.

Motorola RAZR D1 and D3 are ideal for users who like to go all day. Both come with the long-lasting battery life that Motorola is famous for. Stretch that battery life even further with SmartActions™, an exclusive Motorola Mobility application that automates tasks and settings based on the time, place and battery level.

Both devices also offer optional dual-SIM support, , and advanced camera functions including BSI (Back Side Illumination) technology, enabling great pictures even in low light situations, and HDR (High Dynamic Range), enabling them to take pictures that include widely varied areas of light and dark.

While the Motorola RAZR D1 offers an amazingly low price, Motorola RAZR D3 ups the ante with a dual core processor and NFC support, which makes your life easier by enabling easy of sharing of Internet links, YouTubeTM videos, applications, music and photos between compatible handsets. In future NFC can also support secure payment functions. Best of all, the extra features on the Motorola RAZR D3 still come at a great price.

"The newest RAZR family members come with everything you expect from cutting-edge, Android 4.1-powered smartphones except the high prices," said Renato Arradi, product manager, Motorola Mobility Brazil. "And with a guaranteed upgrades to the next Android version, they're going to stay on the cutting edge."

Motorola RAZR D1 and Motorola RAZR D3 also provide access to a full set of innovative Google services, including Google Now™, which simplifies your life by getting you just the right information at just the right time. Just flick the home screen up to see the best route to take to your next meeting, traffic conditions to home, weather, nearby businesses and events. Google Now can even provide translations and exchange rates when you're traveling abroad.

Both smartphones also offer Google Play™, with more than 700,000 applications and games available, and arrive preloaded with Chrome™, the fastest browser in the market, enabling you to automatically synch with your PC browsing history and favorites.

Motorola RAZR D1 specifications:

Available in black and white colors
3.5 inch touch screen display
With or without analogical and digital TV
Single or Dual-SIM versions
1,785 mAh battery capacity
1 GHz processor.
1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory and supports a microSD card up to 32GB
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), guaranteed software upgrade to the next Android version
Motorola Mobility's exclusive Circles widget, which enables rapid access to news, weather, time and much more
MP3 player and FM radio
MOTOROLA RAZR D3 specifications:

Available in black and white colors
4-inch touch screen display
Single or Dual-SIM versions
2,000 mAh battery capacity
1.2 GHz dual-core processor
1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory and supports a microSD card up to 32GB
Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), guaranteed software upgrade to the next Android version
Motorola Mobility's exclusive Circles widget
MP3 player and FM radio
Scratch resistant Corning® Glass screen


The Motorola RAZR D1 will be available in Brazil from Wednesday, March 13 through online sales channels at the recommended price of R$ 549 (for the version with analog and digital TV and dual SIM card support). The Motorola RAZR D3 will be available in several weeks from online sales channels at the recommended price of R$ 799. For further information, visit

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