Motorola V360 Debuts

Nov 10, 2005
Motorola V360

Motorola and T-Mobile USA today announced the on-shelf availability of the Motorola V360. The sleek Motorola V360 offers advanced functionality and provides consumers with today’s must-have mobile music, imaging and connectivity tools. Designed with EDGE (Enhanced Data for Global Evolution) technology for high-speed data connections, the Motorola V360 is an ideal device for enjoying the features and service benefits of provider's content offerings at even faster speeds.

"The Motorola V360 is a handset with broad appeal, filling the demand for a flip phone that provides a cutting-edge communication and entertainment experience,” said Wayne White, vice president of sales for Motorola, Mobile Devices. "This handset supports Motorola’s vision of bringing consumers the best in quality and functionality.”

Providing mobile consumers with an array of multimedia options, the Motorola V360 houses a Digital Audio Player for playing MP3 and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) music files, a VGA camera, and video capture and playback. Complimenting the multimedia offerings, users will enjoy Bluetooth wireless technology, optional expandable memory for additional music files and pictures and AOL, ICQ and Yahoo! Instant Messaging.

Source: Motorola

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