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V280 is the cut down version of the SLVR V8. It is pretty much the same as V8 but lacks the TransFlash memory expansion and has some UI cuts. The main features are same RAZR style keypad, VGA camera, Push-to-Talk capability, Bluetooth, MP3 playback, and EDGE. The V280 should be available Q2 2005.
Motorola V176 is an entry level tri-band GSM phone which should retail below $100. It has clamshell design and lacks external display. The main features are 65k color display, MP3 player, JAVA and WAP. The V176 should be available Q3 2005.
V235 is the same phone as the V230 which only lacks camera. The successors of the V220 feature VGA camera, 10mb of user available memory, MP3 and MPEG4 media playbacks, and EDGE data. The phones are expected to be available Q3 2005.
Motorola E815 was announced February 14th 2005. It is a dual-band CDMA device with 1.3 mega pixel camera, Bluetooth, EV-DO high speed data, TrasnFlash memory expansion, MP3 player and POP3/IMAP support. The v360 should be available Q2 2005.
Motorola V560 is the successor of V550 and is capable of transferring calls from your mobile to your home service when you walk in the door. The main features of the phone are quad-band operation, VGA camera, POP3/IMAP email support and MP3 player. Should be available Q3 2005.
Motorola V557 is the update to the V551. This quad-band GSM phone features 262k display with SCREEN3 technology, EDGE data, VGA camera POP3/IMAP email support, external OLED display and MP3 player. The V557 is expected to be available Q2 2005.