Motorola i897 Ferrari Special Edition

Do you remember Acer Liquid e Ferrari Special Edition smartphone, here is another Ferrari-branded phone announced by NII Holdings and Motorola, which will be available for now in Argentina, Mexico and Brazil  to give the customers a “complete Ferrari experience.”

The Motorola i897 Ferrari Special Edition has a clamshell design and of course as a  Ferrari Official Licensed Product includes Ferrari digital content such as branded skins and themes, wallpapers, video, ring tones and the Ferrari GT: Evolution game by Gameloft.

Motorola i897 Ferrari Special Edition

Spec wise Motorola i897 Ferrari  include an external 1.8-inch display with resolution of 128 x 160 pixels, a main 2.2-inch display 320 x 240 pixels resolution, 2-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom, media player with external dedicated music/video playback keys, Slide Lock, Bluetooth, Micro USB, microSD memory card slot (2G included )and is available in two colors – red and yellow.


The Motorola i897 Ferrari Special Edition is now available at Nextel Mexico and  Brazil and will be available in red at Nextel Argentina in October

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