Motorola Adventure V750 Review


The Motorola performed well, and voice quality was very good on both ends. Callers said that we sounded much better than we did on the Boulder, and that our voice was clear and more natural sounding. On our end volume was good and the caller sounded much fuller than they did on the Boulder. Reception was generally good, we never had an issue with voice calls being completed (the same cannot be said for PTT, but we’ve covered that) and even though our signal indicator fluctuated from time to time performance didn’t seem to suffer for it. The battery is rated at a stellar 5.5 hours of talk time and 540 hours of standby time, but in our testing we were able to beat the rated talk time by nearly an hour.


Of Verizon’s two new PTT phones we came away more impressed with the overall performance of the Adventure. Though it may not be as durable as the Boulder, it has a better design and more importantly better phone and excellent battery performance. The phone can’t be held accountable for the poor PTT performance, but then again when you have so many options why would you choose a phone based on an ill-performing feature? Similar to our recommendation of the Boulder to those who will beat their phones up, we would recommend the Adventure to those who aren’t quite as rough on phones and are looking for a more stylish alternative. Just don’t buy it for the PTT.


  • Stylish design
  • Large displays
  • External media controls
  • Strong phone and battery performance


  • PTT service is unreliable
  • Camera is below-average
  • Boring, inflexible UI

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1. Gib unregistered

I'm pretty sure that the Adventure is not Vcast TV capable. It can do vcast videos but not TV like the voyager
Adventure V750
  • Display 2.2" 240 x 320 pixels
  • Camera 2 MP
  • Storage 0.128 GB
  • Battery 1170 mAh(5.50h talk time)

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