Motorola Shows New, Daring Phone

Motorola Shows New, Daring Phone

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In a market that’s getting more and more crowded by new models and new manufacturers all the time, it’s important to stand out – so important, in fact, that manufacturers finally seem to be willing to break loose and try something new that isn’t related to changing covers or LCD colors. Nokia recently did it with its Nokia 5510 thumbboard phone, and now Motorola is taking a refreshing new approach at design that the company hopes will bring back the golden age where the company’s StarTac mobile phones were more popular than anything else on the market.

The first in a new category defined by Motorola as one of its three main categories for mobile phones, the v.70 is sleek, trendy and light – ultra light in fact, since it weighs only 79g and has a cubic volume of 56 cc. The dual-band GSM 900/1800 MHz mobile phone with GPRS support has a rather unusual twist to it though, and that’s that its lid doesn’t flip up like Motorola’s StarTac series, but instead opens when twisted horizontally.

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