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Category Archive: Motorola

Motorola handsets with nfc technology

Motorola Razr i

NFC enabled Motorola RAZR i with intel inside

Motorola Razr i nfc The Motorola RAZR i with NFC and Intel Inside. A “full-screen smartphone” with a super AMOLED Advanced 4.3-inch display that spans from edge-to-edge with virtually no border. – near field communication, NFC technology; send links, photos, maps and much more directly to compatible phones with android Beam. Just hold the phones …

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Motorola (DROID) RAZR HD / MAXX HD + NFC

Motorola Droid Razr MAXX HD with NFC chip

Motorola (DROID) RAZR HD / MAXX HD + NFC The NFC enabled DROID RAZR HD with a new 4.7 inch 720p Super AMOLED HD display. The DROID RAZR HD provides customers with 78 percent more pixels, and features 40 percent greater battery capacity than the original DROID RAZR. “Droid” name is only used by Verizon …

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Motorola (Droid) RAZR M + nfc

Motorola global NFC enabled Razr M

Motorola (Droid) RAZR M + nfc NFC enabled Motorola (Droid) RAZR M is announced and available at Verizon. “Droid” name is only used by Verizon US. “The most compact 4.3-inch 4G LTE smartphone” The RAZR M’s design is significantly shorter and narrower than the original DROID RAZR, with the same display size. A 4,3 inch …

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Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE with NFC chip

Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE with NFC chip

Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE with NFC chip The Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE is the successor to last year’s Photon 4G. The big difference is that the new Photon has a physical QWERTY keyboard. And for NFC-Phones.org of course the NFC chip! “NFC support to share links, apps, YouTube clips and more with Android …

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Motorola MC75A HF

Motorola MC75A-HF nfc

Motorola MC75A HF The Motorola MC75A HF is a rugged “mobile computer” that combines mobile communication and secure contactless transaction capability (payments). Enables NFC and global closed-loop transactions and payments. Supports MIFARE, FeliCa, Calypso and standard RFID tags.   Six devices in one; World mobile phone, HF RFID reader/writer, mobile computer, bar code scanner and …

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