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Motoluxe to hit UAE markets

New Motorola handset features automatic interface customisation

Motoluxe to hit UAE markets
The Motoluxe handset includes the MotoSwitch interface that tracks most popular apps and contacts.

Motorola has launched its new Motoluxe handset in the UAE.

The phone features a 4 inch edge-to-edge touchscreen, with 8-megapixel autofocus camera.

The Motoluxe runs on Android 2.3, and the phone includes GPS and Bluetooth.

It also features the MotoSwitch user interface, with features including Social Graph which learns which contacts you are in touch with the most, and uses that information to present a customized home screen, and an Activity Graph that focuses on the most used apps; automatically changing customised menus to show the most frequently used apps.

The phone also has Music Now for music, a Smart Gallery to display favorite pictures as collections, and an illuminated Lanyard slot that shows when new calls or messages have been received.

"With every aspect of the UAE's breathtaking evolution informed by cutting-edge style and design, it is no surprise that its citizens are extremely demanding when it comes to their smartphones," said Raed Hafez, general manager, Middle East & Africa,Motorola Mobility. "Boasting a winning combination of sleek looks and Android brains, MOTOLUXE has all the ingredients needed to succeed in country where style goes hand in hand with substance."

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