Motorola has announced that the company's current users will get $100 credit for buying RAZR M, RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD handsets, revealed in a NYC event.
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Motorola Mobility has been trying to woo its customers through better pricing. During an event at NYC yesterday, Motorola unveiled three devices, namely RAZR M, RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD. They all either have Jelly Bean or are in line for an update soon. But what about those with older Motorola phones with no Jelly Bean?


To placate the present customers, Motorola has now announced that it would give them $100 credit if they want to purchase any of the new phones announced by the company. However, the offer applies to a limited number of older models only.

According to the company’s chief executive, Dennis Woodside, “We know that keeping current on the latest Android Operating System is important to all of our users. We will upgrade most of our devices that were launched since 2011 to Jelly Bean very soon, but there are a small number of devices that can’t be upgraded without degrading the phone performance.”

Such credit offers are fairly rare in the technology market. What it shows is that Motorola really wishes to retain its current smartphone users and expand further by bringing them all around its new releases.

Among the new releases, RAZR M packs a fairly modest hardware, where RAZR HD is the smartphone geared for high-end users. And, RAZR MAXX HD features a 3300 mAh battery which gives it an exceptionally long battery life, together with a stunning HD display.

Courtesy: CNET

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