Talking about the handsets, the Motorola EX 212 looks almost like the Motorola RAZR. Motorola EX 212 costs Rs. 5,190.The newly introduced first of its kind design in Motorola, the clam shell Motorola EX 212 has features like FM radio recording, a 2 mega pixel camera for better image capturing and also with a 2.4 inch display (TFT). The micro SD cards supporting a memory of up to 16 GB is a feature least expected but surprisingly present in the phone coming at such a low price.
Motorola EX 119 meanwhile comes with a standard QWERTY keyboard and is a smart touch phone too. The 2.4 inch VGA display bundled with a QVGA touch screen is an option worth considering while going for a buy. The new Motorola mobile phone has a 3 Mega Pixel camera fixed to it in the back. The connectivity option is enhanced with a Wifi option. The Motorola EX 119 has a memory slot expandable to 32 GB with a Micro SD card and priced at an economical pricing of RS 6, 190, the phone will truly leave an impression in the beholder.
Last in the list is Motorola EX 109. It too has a QWERTY key pad lay out, which is essential as when compared to the other similar sets in the line. Priced at a rate of Rs. 3,590 the phone features a 2 Megapixel camera. The FM radio included gives out good sound output with less noise and a pretty good sound clarity. It supports Bluetooth enabled 2.1 version and ensure good connectivity. Another main characteristic feature of this latest Motorola mobile is its 750 mAh battery. The memory storage is refined with a provision for memory expandability up to 32 GB.
With the launch of Motorola EX 212, EX 119 and EX 109, Motorola is trying to target the middle class income population of India. Nokia had earlier come up with a similar dual SIM model strategy to compete in this segment.