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Spy Photos of the Moto W755, Nokia 2605 and 7205 for Verizon

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This article contains unofficial information.

Spy Photos of the Moto W755, Nokia 2605 and 7205 for Verizon
*UPDATE* : Nokia 2605, Nokia 7205 and Motorola W755 images removed per Nokia and Motorola request

We have received some information and several spy photos of the upcoming Motorola W755, Nokia 2605 and 7205 from
an "Unauthorized Agent".

He has informed us that Motorola is going to maintain the "W" prefix for all of its non-fashion phones (RAZR/RIZR family). The W755 features 1x and EVDO for data transmition, a 1.3MP Camera, and a small External Display (same size as the K1m) with Touch-Sensitive buttons located around it for Music playback control, activating the Bluetooth, and changing the Volume settings between Vibrate and Medium-High.

The hinge is very similar to the LG VX8700 and the MicroSD card slot is located under the battery. Internal Memory is limited to
only 80MB. There are 5 Themes included: Classic and Youth (as on the Z6c), Personalizer, Messenger, and Vapor. The Messenger theme looks like the original Motorola 9-icon main menu layout. Bluetooth profiles include: Imaging, DUN, Handsfree Voice Gateway, OBEX File Transfer, OBEX Push, SPP. When using the OBEX File Transfer profile, you can see the same folders as the RIZR and RAZR2, but ringtones must be renamed to the
.qcp file extension before copying to phone. The data/charging port is miniUSB (like the Maxx Ve), not microUSB (like the V9m).

The Nokia 2605 is a fairly small phone, about 20% shorter (when closed) than the Motorola V3c. It features only 1x for data, a limited VGA 640x480 Camera, and standard Bluetooth profiles, but the external display is larger than the W755. You will also have to get by with only 25MB of internal memory, since there isn't a MicroSD card slot.

Four Themes are included: Classic, Balloon, Bamboo, and Gumball. Unfortunately, changing the themes only appear to change the background colors of the menu, not the actual menu style. The data/charging port is microUSB.

The Nokia 7205 is a step-up from the 2605. It is very slim (like the V3c) with both 1x and EVDO for data, a 2MP Camera, Standard Bluetooth profiles, and an vertical External Display (like on the LG VX8700 and Moto W385).

Internal memory is a larger 180MB, and there is also a MicroSD card slot. Unfortunately, the 7205 only comes with the Verizon "Classic" theme. Located in the Settings & Tools menu there is an option for "Blog Settings", but it is currently unclear how it works. The data/charging port is microUSB and there is a term "Nokia eco logic" imprinted on the back battery cover.

source: Thank you "Unauthorized Agent"

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:41

1. dave (unregistered)


Eco logic is where the phone alerts you when it's fully charged so you can unplug it and save electricity

posted on 28 Jan 2008, 19:22

2. The DA (unregistered)


I honestly am disappointed in Nokia. I look at their phones, and like them because they have this design unlike everybody else. They haven't bought into this RAZR type keypad (minus the N76) that I can't stand. All of Verizons higher end phones are the same. There is nothing different between any of them design wise. And now they're going to get another one. Nokia needs to go for a niche group of customers who want an S60 device that doesn't look like a RAZR2 or LG or Samsung U700.

posted on 31 Jan 2008, 13:04

3. peroquees (unregistered)


U r right, people in nokia, I think, r walking behind the RAZR stile, they do not think there are a lot of people do not like the the RAZR V3 or not at all. NOKIA has it own way... They need to chance to a new or retro stile of cell phone. small cell phones r very comercials, must women & some men like small or mid cell phones.

posted on 04 Feb 2008, 16:44

4. Gib (unregistered)


I really wanted to see the pictures of the phones.....

posted on 29 Jul 2008, 16:24

5. (unregistered)


I've always loved Nokia phones. Unfortunately they've become vested in GSM. They have some really cool GSM phones. Verizons cdma service is just much better than gsm, stateside at least.

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