Review: Motorola W755
Jul 28, 2008, 2:19 PM by Stewart Wolpin
updated Jul 29, 2008, 3:33 PM
Motorola offers up a classic mid-range clamshell for Verizon that is a Jack of All Trades. Is it a master of all, few or none? With video tour.
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A low price often ameliorates, or at least minimizes and helps rationalize, product objections. Take, for instance, the Motorola W755, available from Verizon. All things being equal, I would pronounce the W755 a solid, if basic, music-enabled flip phone with many fine qualities such as EV-DO and Rhapsody music service compatibility. But the W755 also suffers from a few annoyances that are at turns surprising and easily avoidable, especially considering Motorola's technical prowess. The question becomes how much you're willing to overlook or give up for Verizon's low discounted price.
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