Motorola V1150 Almost RAZR Thin

Motorola V1150 Almost RAZR Thin


Almost as thin as the RAZR V3, the Motorola V1150 measures in at just over 19mm and boasts a 2 megapixel digital camera with 8x zoom, macro mode setting, LED picture indicator light and 3D graphics. Some of the similar features like two-way video calling and video capturing to MPEG4 remain consistent among the better Motorola phones announced today.

Progressive downloading lets you download media files and view them almost instantaneously, or store them and view later from the expandable 512MB of optional TransFlash memory. SCREEN3 technology is setup to give zero-click access to news, sports, stocks and other information you need instantly.

Motorola V1150 Specifications

Band: WCDMA 2100 MHz, GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900 MHz
Dimensions: 99 x 53 x 19.6 mm, 3.89 x 2.08 x 0.77 inches
Size: 89cc
Weight: Less than 125 grams, less than 4.40 ounces
Battery: 820 mAh
Display: Large internal 2.2 inch QVGA 240 x 320, Brilliant TFT color display
Large external 1 inch 96 x 80 color CLI
Features: • Slim, sleek housing with large, color internal and external displays
• 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom, macro mode setting, LED picture indicator light
• VGA camera for real-time 2-way video calling
• Motorola’s SCREEN3 technology solution featuring zero-click access to news, sports, entertainment, and other premium content.
• Multimedia editing options
• Video and audio streaming and the ability to view a media file as it downloads with progressive download
• Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology1 for the ultimate in wireless convenience
• Enhanced graphics processor for high performance 3D graphics and J2ME for the ultimate in gaming choices
• Up to 512 MB of removable optional TransFlash memory
• Support of AAC+, MPEG4, WMV, WMA, MP3 and Real Video/Audio files
• Advanced speaker-independent voice recognition: state a number/name and be connected without pre-recording
• Over the air synchronization with the PC via SyncML1
• WAP 2.01
Connectivity: Bluetooth wireless technology, USB