Yes, the latest Pope hails from South America, the first non-European Pope ever, and it is also interesting to hear about a couple of Android-powered smartphones that have arrived in South America too – this time, in the country that is the eternal football rival of the Pope’s home country. The Motorola RAZR D1 and RAZR D3 has landed in the land of samba football, that is, Brazil, where they clearly share some design cues from the M handset in Motorola’s stable of phones, too.
The Motorola RAZR D1 and RAZR D3 will come with smaller 3.5-inch and 4-inch displays, respectively, with the RAZR D3 being the higher end of the two as it comes with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor that is accompanied by 1GB RAM and a 2,000mAh battery. As for the RAZR D1 that leans more toward the entry level segment will run on a 1GHz processor with 1GB RAM and a 1,785mAh battery. Regardless of which model you decide to settle for, both of them will share the following: Dual SIM capability and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice. [Press Release]
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