Motorola V60 - Comparison and review of the Motorola V60 cell phone.
- Wireless Internet Capable
- Sync with your PC and other handheld devices
- 64 Ringtones: 32 standard and up to 32 customizable
- E-mail (POP3)
- Two minute voice memo
- One touch dialing
- 500 Name/Number Phonebook Memory
- Size: 4.8" x 2.13" x 0.92"
- Weight: 4.3 Ounces
- Digital Talk Time: 2.5 Hrs
What We Think
The Motorola V60i phone from AT&T Wireless showcases the new direction Motorola has taken in terms of style and performance. With the V60i, Motorola kept all that was good with its predecessor, the V60t, and added some impressive upgrades such as interchangeable faceplates, the option to download ringers, as well as a few new games. The phone's navigation allows you to reorder menu items or frequently used features the way you want. It also sports a host of voice-activated features, an external caller ID display, and an FM radio (only accessible with purchase of Motorola's special headset). Other goodies include a 500-entry phone book, two-way text messaging, vibrating alert, a personal organizer, predictive text input, USB support, and dispay zoom. Its lithium-ion battery is rated for up to four hours' digital talk time and eight days' digital standby time. A charger and earbud are included.