The FIRE XT was just launched in Poland and Motorola is also rolling out its predecessor, the Motorola Fire on the Brazilian market. Unlike the Fire XT, the Motorola Fire (Fire XT316 in China and Hong Kong) comes with a physical QWERTY keyboard, a touchscreen display and features dual-SIM card slots and it’s the company’s first dual SIM Android smartphone in Brazil.
Motorola’s Dual-SIM Fire runs the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS with Motorola’s exclusive Switch UI that allows the user to switch to different mode of the screen while in operation, it comes with a physical QWERTY keypad along with a 2.8-inch QVGA touchscreen display. The smartphone is powered by a 600MHz processor, there’s a microSD card slot that supports 32GB cards, it comes pre-loaded with Google’s Mobile Service that includes Google Maps, Google Talk and Navigation.
Other specifications of the FIRE includes a 3-megapixel camera, WiFi b/g/n connectivity, integrated FM RDS Radio, an e-compass, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, an accelerometer and aGPS support. The Motorola Fire has a 1400 mAh battery that promises to deliver up to 7 hours of talk time or up to 260 hours of standby from a single charge. No pricing information was found but the Motorola FIRE is available from major retail stores in Brazil.