The Motorola Motoluxe (also known as XT615) is a mid-ranged Android smartphone that was announced in January this year. It was initially launched in black finish, but recently, the company has come up with a white version of the Motoluxe.
It looks like in recent months, many flagship smartphones have launched a white version, which offers users another choice if they don't like the original finish. The origin of a white phone traced back to the Apple iPhone, and after that, we have also seen the white Xperia arc S, Lumia 900 and the Droid Razr. The Motorola Motoluxe (also known as XT615) was first launched in black, and recently the white version has popped up in the market; price-wise, it is similar to the original black Motoluxe. From the above picture, the white finish is mainly at the rear and both sides of the phone. For those who are interested, the Motoluxe is powered by 800MHz processor and 512MB RAM (with 1GB ROM). It features a 4-inch FWVGA LCD display, 8-megapixel rear and 3-megapixel fron cameras, runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and Moto Switch UI. Unfortunately, the mid-range phone is available only in some countries, and in China, it is priced at around 2335 yuan (or US$370).