Motorola Unveils New CDMA Clams
Jun 8, 2004, 10:12 AM by (staff)
updated Motorola today announced two new CDMA phones with BREW version 2.1. Both are clamshell-style models with MMS, speakerphone, and advanced, speaker-independent voice recognition, and MP3 ringtones. The V265 boasts a VGA camera, while the V260 sports interchangeable covers. Both phones are expected to be available in the 4th quarter.
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Ugh. Why do they lie to us?!?
To be released in Q4 2004 my ass... It'll be middle of next year, I bet.