Motorola V3xx: Stylish and Feature Packed Clamshell

By: Bradley Ben

Built on RAZR technology, the Motorola v3xx with its legendary style is most suitable for fashion conscious people. The phone with its metallic finish and precision cut keypad is very thin and compact. Endowed with high speed data connectivity, multimedia capabilities and intuitive design, the Motorola v3xx is an excellent phone in terms of its form and functionality.

Powered by High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and EDGE technology, the phone provides high speed data connectivity. Experience connectivity ease and browse the internet at high speed. Its a complete entertainment gadget -- the Motorola v3xx connects you quickly to the information that you are looking for. Combined with advanced technologies, the Motorola v3xx allows two way video calling at up to 15 frames per second, music and video downloads and lots more. With Bluetooth wireless technology, you can connect and share data wirelessly.

With HSDPA technology, users can check out emails and keep them updated with the latest news and information. Play your favourite tune and relax your mind - the Motorola v3xx comes with an integrated MP3 player with media finder for easy navigation of music. Download music tracks and listen to your favourite music on the move. Supported with TransFlash Memory Card - allows you to download more songs, video clips and images.

The Motorola v3xx comes with a clear 2.2 inch colour screen - provides a good platform for capturing some incredible moments on the go. With an in-built 1.3 mega-pixel camera, you can capture still images. Another VGA camera is used for video calls and for capturing motion pictures.

In the 3G category, the Motorola v3xx is very compact and lightweight phone as compared to its other counterparts. Weighing only 107g, the phone conceals all the advanced functionalities - giving the best of both worlds with its intuitive and stylish design.

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