Motorola strikes back

V300 and V600
V300 and V600 will be 2 of the new models. It is presumed that both models will be world phones, supporting all GSM bands - 850/1900 and 900/1800. Both phones will have polyphonic ringers and support for GPRS, which has come to be expected of all phones released in that timeframe. The handsets will feature a plug-in digital camera as an optional accessory. V300 will be equipped with a color display (STN, 4096 colors, 128x128 resolution) and will support EMS, MMS, WAP, Java, i-melody, MIDI. It will also have PIM functionality. The phone will weigh in at only 3 oz and measure 3.15" x 0.85" x 1.77"

Motorola V300

V300 Specs:
• GSM 850/900/1800/1900
• Dimentions 3.15" x 0.8" x 1.77" (80 x 22 x 45 mm)
• Weight 3.14 oz (88g)
• Display - External 128x128, 4096 colors, internal 96x96
• USB connectivity
• 16 leverl MIDI with polyphonic speaker
• SMS Chat
• WAP 1.2.1
• J2ME
• i-Melody

V600 will be the big brother of V300. Hence, its screen is capable of displaying 65k colors and a resolution of 120x160 pixels. Furthermore, it supports bluetooth. It supports dynamic memory and the user will have 2-3Mb of free memory space. V600 is expected to come out in the end of the Q3 2003.

Motorola V600

V600 Specs:
• GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
• GPRS (4D-1U)
• Dimentions 1.7" x 3.5" x 0.86" (45 x 87 x 22 mm)
• Weight 3.3oz (95g)
• Display Internal - 120x160, 65k colors; 96x32 External
• 40 level polyphonic ringer
• Bluetooth
• 2-3 Megs End user memory
• Digital camera accessory
• Battery life - talk time - 375 mins, Stand-by - 285h


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