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The craze of most folks for social network seems to kindle phone makers’ passion for full QWERTY keyboard phones and brands like Sony Ericsson and Moto have already unveiled several full QWERTY keyboard models to cater the mass’ taste. Now Motorola announces two Motokey series phones in Brazil, Motokey XT and Motokey Mini, both equipped with full QWERTY keyboard and teasing affordable prices.
Motokey XT looks almost the same as Moto EX223 in appearance, a phone with dual card dual standby: the simple but elegant design, 9.9mm-thick profile, typical full QWERTY keyboard with no bezel and a 2.4-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen. Motokey XT also differs little from EX223 in hardware, a 3.15MP camera, micro card expansion and 3.5mm earphone jack. XT comes with a price of 336 BRL, about $217.5.
Motokey Mini seems much humbler both in appearance and functionality compared with its cousin, XT. The exact similarity in design with Nokia E71 and a 2-inch 176*220 display somehow brings with a sense of nostalgia. Accordingly, Motokey Mini sells at a more affordable price, 252 BRL ($163). Looks like that Brazil has been another hot market for big brands to peddle their phones and tablet PCs.
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