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Motorola Milestone 3 Introduced in Chile

Motorola Milestone 3 Introduced in Chile

Motorola Milestone 3 Introduced in Chile
News from Softpedia:

There is no word on the smartphone’s pricing options, but Motorola Mobility has just announced the availability of its Milestone 3 in Chile.

 

Customers can now purchase the slider Android smartphone from main carriers in the country. One of the newest Android-based phones launched by Motorola, along with the RAZR, the Milestone 3 sets a new milestone f…………… continues on Softpedia

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In case you wonder, we’ve no idea whether this baby will be available in other markets. We also don’t know the price. However, we do know that even if it’s not released in the other parts of the world, you’ll most likely be able to grab yourself one of two new Samsung smartphones – Galaxy Y DUOS or Galaxy Y Pr…………… continues on Intomobile.com

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