Tuesday, 20 March 2007

Motorola V3 – Looks do all the talking...

In an attempt to transform and evolve the design expectations for the mobile phone, Motorola sets a benchmark with its launch of ultra-slim Motorola V3. The flip phone has a combination of air-craft grade aluminium, internal antenna and chemically etched keypad, and comes in a compact package of 95 grams.

Still this small device does not compromise on the functionality and performance. The phone is endowed with the quality and user-friendly features to ease the contemporary lifestyle. The phones has an integrated built in VGA digital camera, with 4 x digital zoom. There are also options to customize, edit, share, upload, download and store pictures. And if your inclination is towards making video, then Motorola V3 will not disappoint you. It has advance feature for video capturing, video download and video clip playback.

Entertainment does not stop here, Motorola V3 includes MOTOMIXER (a remixable MIDI software), and a plethora of Mp3 and Polyphonic ringtones. For gaming fun, the phone offers 3D java games and embedded games. And if the options does not satisfy you, then you are welcomed to download more games into your Motorola V3.

The phone offers a quad-band technology, and offers the versatility of Bluetooth and USB for connectivity and data transfer. For messaging the phone provides options for SMS, MMS and EMS, SMS chat, group SMS and emails. Lifestyle features that come with Motorola V3 includes organiser, clock, currency converter, PIM functionality, calculator etc.

Designing does wonder! and Motorola has certainly done a lot by offering some of the most stunning headsets. Motorola understands that for most of the users form – factor plays a crucial part, and thus, with V3, it has made a staggering appearance as V3 includes form-factor in spades. V3 is surely a treat for hip and happening generation.