Motorola V3i - Underline your Style Statement.

By: Carly

Exuding style and sophistication, Motorola V3i comes as a sleek slider phone, with designer metal casing. A D&G creation, the phone looks much like its predecessor, MotorolaV3, save that V3i is more slim and sleek. Golden keypad and golden headset with anodized aluminium finish makes the phone stand out as a fashion statement.

This feature - rich phone includes 1.23 Megapixels camera with 8 x zoom technology. This enables the user capture picture in the most perfect manner. Further, MotorolaV3i's high resolution screen enhances the viewing pleasure, as the pictures come out clear with apt colours. One can also make, share and store memorable videos with V3i's quality video capabilities.To make calling a pleasure, the phone has user-friendly buttons. It has speaker phone, handsfree, voice memo and caller ID feature. MotorolaV3i includes SCREEN 3 technology. Through this, the users can get access to the worldwide news, sporting events and entertainment. SCREEN 3 is instant with zero click access.

Motorola V3i offers a tri-band network. This way, the phone intuitively picks up the best available network and switches automatically to it. For wireless data transfer and connectivity, V3i has a bluetooth. It also features Mini USB and GPRS. And if music makes your adrenalin go high, MotorolaV3i will be a perfect companion. The phone comes with a Mp3 player and music software for iTunes. Further, there are options for polyphonic and Mp3 ringtones. And if that's not sufficient, MotorolaV3i allows its users to download many more. Talking of entertainment, MotorolaV3i has a wide options of games. It has J2ME games embedded within, the number of which can be further increased by downloading more.

The Motorola V3i phone has a 10 Mb of memory, plus a Micro SD. It is compact, weighing only 95 grams and measuring 98 x 53 x 13.9 mm.

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