Motorola V3XX BLACK (Unlocked Quadband) GSM Flip Phone
The Motorola V3XX was released in the month of July, 2006. The device was released with a flip phone. The phone was a low-budget device, with a Java based operating system, so it could not multi-task like the other smartphones. The phone could be used for basic internet browsing, calling, sending/receiving SMS etc. It supports single Mini-SIM for connectivity, and Bluetooth v2.0, WAP 2.0, HTML etc.
Software & Hardware
The phone mainly ran on a Java-based operating system. The device is packed with a Li-ion 940 mAh battery, which can last an entire day, with moderate usage of internet, calling etc. The Motorola V3XX consists 50 MB of internal memory. The storage is expandable via the use of an external MicroSD card for storing multimedia items such as images, videos, audios etc.
Design & Display
The screen size of the Motorola V3XX is 2.2-Inches and is a TFT capacitive display, with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, with a pixel per inch (ppi) density of 182. The phone is a flip phone, and it is made with a premium design. The dimensions of the unlocked cellphone are 103 x 53 x 15 mm, with a weight of 107 grams.
The phone features a 1.3 Megapixel rear-facing camera, which is capable of capturing decent photographs, at a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. The unlocked cellphone is capable of recording standard videos. The phone consists of a secondary front-facing VGA camera, capable of video calling and click fine shots.
- Motorola V3XX
- Battery BC50
- UK Travel Charger + USA Adapter
- English Manuals
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The combination of the power of a Motorola V3x Razr alongside with the sleek fashion of the Motorola V3 Razr brings you the new Motorola maxx V3 Razr. This phone contains the newest GUI and software which lags a bit less than the V3x once did. A2DP profile is still present and the only con I see is that the previous phone had a 2.0MP Camera with a flash as this one is dumbed down to 1.3MP with no flash. Memory expansion is increased up to 2GB. Other than it supports UMTS 2100 3G and HSDPA there's nothing else I can point out that I don't like about it.