Verizon officially launches the Ve and announces 8830

Verizon officially launches the Ve and announces 8830
The Motorola’s CDMA maxx, called the Ve is now available for ordering from Verizon Wireless. The stylish clamshell with huge external display and touch music shortcuts will cost you $200 with a 2-year contract and online discount. For this price the users gets 2-megapixel camera, QVGA internal display, Stereo Bluetooth and microSD slot and EV-DO data.

Verizon also announced its plans for launching the RIM BlackBerry 8830 which will be the carrier’s world-roaming phone. Domestically it will operate in dual-band CDMA networks with support for EV-DO data, while overseas it will use GSM networks with EDGE data. The high-end BlackBerry is very similar to the 8800 that both AT&T and T-Mobile offer. The World Edition smartphone will be available on May 14 through business sales channels and two weeks later (May 28) in the Communication Stores.


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