Motorola V70 - Comparison and review of the Motorola V70 cell phone.
- WAP Browser
- Bluetooth external adaptor
- 32 normal & 32 customizable ringtones
- Internal Vibration
- 25 voice dailing
- 3 mins voice recording
- 500 Name/Number Phonebook Memory
- iTAP simplified keypad entry
- Calculator & currency convertor
- Syncronization with PC with Starfish TrueSync software
- 500 scheduler notes
- Size: 3.3" x 1.7" x 0.83"
- Weight: 2.93 Ounces
- Digital Talk Time: 2.1 Hrs
What We Think
This eyecatching cell phone is not only tiny but also has a unique swivel top that marks this handset at the sleekest on the market. Aside from its innovative looks, the V70 sports Motorola’s recently revamped interface, which allows you to reorder menu items or frequently used features to your preference. In addition, this phone uses GPRS for faster network connections; has an internal microbrowser for accessing news, weather, stocks, and more. It also offers two-way SMS messaging with compatible wireless devices. The internal 96-by-64-pixel, 3-line LCD screen has blue contrast backlighting and an external display with Caller ID, which allows you to screen calls. The phone book stores up to 500 contacts and voice-activated dialing can be set up for up to 20 phone numbers. A built-in Personal Information Manager (PIM) with calendar and reminders synchs up with compatible PIM devices, desktop applications, and Web-based services using Starfish True Sync software. Other features include 32 pre-set and 32 customizable ringer alerts, vibrating alert, an FM stereo radio, iTAP text-entry software, and three games—Blackjack, Mindblaster, and Paddleball. The V70’s battery is rated for between 135 and 215 minutes worth of talk time and between 70 to 145 hours’ standby time. The phone comes with a charger and a headset.