Motorola V3: Excellence Magnified!

By: Adam Caitlin

Motorola is recognized for manufacturing slim phones with sleek designs. Motorola V3 is an elegant phone. It spells a balmy effect with its delicate looks. The handset is cast in anodized aluminum. It is available in black and silver colours. The silver handset defines opulence and sophistication. Black colour stands for power and style. Since taste is a subjective matter, either handset can be used at work and leisure.

The clamshell is not designed for casual outings. Instead, it makes for an accessory at an evening party. What magnifies the worth of this handset is commingling of killer looks with advanced features. The Motorola V3 handset has two displays. One is located on the face of the phone, the other inside the clamshell. The external display is small in comparison with the one inside. Its purpose is furnish caller information such as name, numbers, and pictures/wallpapers where applicable. The screen has a resolution of 96x80 pixels. The size and resolution of the screen is commensurate with the task it is accredited.

The chief display of the Motorola V3 phone has a good resolution. It renders life to pictures, wallpapers, and screensavers. Keypad is neat and amenable to continuous use. The phone is fitted with a camera. It can capture still pictures and video sequences. Compliant with quad-band frequencies, the phone supports communication during travel and tour. With class 10 GPRS, a user can exchange 32 to 48 KB of data in a single second. This technology helps in accessing emails as well as in browsing the internet. The phone provides WAP 2.0 browser to help surf the net.

Motorola V3 supports multiple messaging modes. It is amenable to SMS, MMS, EMS, and Email. It renders accessibility to a number of email clients. The phone offers a variety of games to entertain in dull hours.

The phone's features complement its aspect and magnify its potential.





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