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Orange Spain launches Motoluxe, Motorola Defy Mini

Orange Spain launches Motoluxe, Motorola Defy Mini

Orange Spain launches Motoluxe, Motorola Defy Mini
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Orange has launched the Motoluxe and Motorola Defy Mini smartphones in Spain. The Motoluxe Android 2.3-powered smartphone features a 4-inch touchscreen, 8-megapixel autofocus camera, pre-loaded social networking apps, GPS technology, is Bluetooth-enabled and offers access to Google Play where end-users can find over 450,000 Android apps and games. The Defy Mini uses the MotoSwitch user interface and sports a 3.2-in touchscreen made of Corning’s Gorilla Glass. The phone comes with a 3-megapixel camera and front-facing VGA camera for video chat. Other features include A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and access to Android apps. Starting 1 April, Orange will offer the Motoluxe for starting price of EUR 0 in combination with its Delfin 40 tariff plan. Starting 15 April, The Motorola Defy Mini will be available for the same starting price of EUR 0 along with Orange’s Delfin 20 tariff plan.

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