Motorola Adds To Both Ends of CDMA Lineup
Apr 4, 2006, 10:58 AM by (staff)
Motorola today announced two new CDMA handsets, the V3m at the high end, and the W315 towards the low end. Each basically improves on an existing model.
- V3m: Upgrades the V3c RAZR for CDMA networks by adding a memory card slot, music player and stereo headphone support. The V3m includes all the noteworthy features of its predecessor, including Bluetooth, 1.3 MP camera, and location based services.
- W315: An entry level CDMA clamshell. The W315 has rounded styling reminiscent of the PEBL as well as the PEBL's vertical monochrome external display. Inside there is a color screen, but no other frills.
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And still no V3i for Cingular...
The quality testing is probably taking forever, that's usually the story. Unless they are doing a stealth launch on it whic...
Will it very? Yes maybe. Will the stores get it or online get it ...
What a joke
Cingular bought exclusive rights to the original V3 and, just like everyone else, Verizon followed suit after Cingular's contract ended.
Besides, I don't see any V3i's on the shelf at Cingular stores..
It's cool and all that the V3m will have a TF slot. But seriously verizon was a year and half behind cingulars release finally doing so then four months later release the real macCoy. Whatever
I am glad that they finally came out with a CDMA RAZR with the slot, though, and I ...
stereo headphone support?
Verizon's Razr V3M
I just thought I'd mention that Motorola significantly reduced the number of Bluetooth profiles in the new V3m. Here's...
There is a software upgrade for the V3c in the works right now.. This upgrade should remedy those laggy menus and improve battery life, as well as help avoid such complication on the V3m.
More Moto Garbage
ya think this will hit sprint?
v3m release date?
So I guess my real question is, for those of you with more experience than me, what is a reasonable time period to expect Verizon to actually release the v3m? ...
Guess I won't be upgrading any time soon. It's an easy way to avoid the new UI.