Review: Motorola VA76r Tundra
The Tundra can browse and download games and applications from AT&T's library of content. It comes pre-loaded with several games, and software such as MobiTV and Cellular Video.
I paired the Tundra with multiple different headsets, both mono and stereo. Sound quality through all of them was decent; nothing to complain about. I didn't hear too many weird noises or scratchiness. The quality of music through the stereo Bluetooth headset was OK, but as we said earlier, it performs no worse than other phones. I was also able to push files (pictures, videos) to other phones and PCs.
The external display on the Tundra serves well as a clock. It goes dark after a bit, but a simple press of any of the buttons and you'll see the time, date and status indicators. You can change the outside clock to an analog clock, but it isn't as easily read as the digital clock.
The Tundra has AT&T's Navigator service on board. This thing was dead accurate. I was able to pinpoint my location to within 10 feet multiple times. Directions worked well, and it was consistently able to locate me within about one minute (not bad for a GSM phone.)