Motorola adds RAZR V3m and W315 to its CDMA portfolio
-- CTIA 2006 -- Motorola has unveiled two new additions to its CDMA portfolio - RAZR V3m and W315 as a part of this year's CTIA Wireless tradeshow announcements.
RAZR V3m: is a CDMA version of the ultra-thin RAZR phone, specially designed with music lovers in mind. It supports music player, stereo headset support and ample storage capacity through MicroSD memory expansion slot. Other features include 1.3 mega pixel camera with video capture and playback support as well as Bluetooth connectivity. The successor of the V3c also adds Stereo Headset Support via EMU and supports EV-DO high-speed data.
W315: is an entry-level easy-to-use device, providing all the basic features, users may need in a cellphone. It features dual displays, Multimedia Messaging (MMS) as well as aGPS support. Although it is an entry-level device, the W315 features sleek design, similar to the popular fashionable PEBL, adding an external antenna. Its main display is 65k color STN unit and the external one is greyscale portrait one, similar to that of PEBL.