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.