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Motorola V3 Pink

Motorola V3 Pink

20 November 2005
Written by Mike Meers

Women rejoice! The super thing Motorola RAZR V3 is now available in a girl’s favourite colour, pink! It seems black and silver just weren’t enough for Motorola, so they’ve anodized the external faces of the V3 in a luscious pink. The same great features can be found in the pink version, like a 262k colour display, Bluetooth wireless technology, VGA digital camera, and quad-band GSM compatibility.

The V3 in pink has a beautiful 176 x 220 pixel LCD display, which is the standard for smart phones. The display is capable of 262,144 colours, and if that wasn’t enough there is also the mini-external LCD. The external LCD will display the time, missed calls, messages and a heap more in the 96 x 80 pixel dimensions. The external LCD is capable of only 4,096 colours. The very chic V3 comes with a 3D graphics accelerator to get the most out of the display.

The camera on the V3 is a little bit out-dated, with capabilities of capturing images at a maximum of 640 x 480 pixels. The camera does have 4x digital zoom, a self-timer, and works hand-in-hand with the external LCD to get that perfect self-portrait. You might actually get your whole face in this time, not just an eye, ear, or your forehead! The handset has only 5.5MB of internal memory, which in today’s terms is quite small. You will be able to store a heap of VGA images on it however. There’s a photo phonebook so you can attach a photo to your callers for display on the mini-LCD when they call.

24-chord polyphonic (MIDI) ring tones can be played back on the 22 kHz dedicated speaker. MP3 ring tones are also supported, and the V3 pink even comes with a MPEG4 video playback application. Java MIDP 2.0 is included so you can load your favourite Java games and applications.

In terms of connectivity the pink V3 has full compliance with the Bluetooth v1.1 standard, and full compatibility with USB data-cables. A WAP 2.0 browser is preinstalled and operates over GPRS Class 10. This also gives rise to MMS support with videos, images, and sounds. Oh, text too! Whilst on the subject of messaging SMS/EMS and e-mail messaging is also supported with T9 predictive text.

There are several lifestyles accompanying the pink V3, and they include a calendar, alarm clock, calculator and currency converter, loud speaker and even voice recognition.

The special edition V3 pink will be available this December, just in time for Christmas.

FYI .:. Motorola V3 Pink
(ETA  December 2005)

Basic specifications
Network system GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz (quad-band)
Form factor Clamshell
Size 98 x 53 x 13.9
Weight 95 grams
Display External: 4,096 colours CSTN LCD @ 96 x 80 pixels
Internal: 262,155 colours TFT LCD@ 176 x 220 pixels
Battery type used Lithium-ion battery @ 680mAh
Talk/usage time* Up to 200-430 minutes*
Standby time* Up to 180-290 hours*
Accompanying features
Connectivity options Bluetooth, USB data cable
Camera support VGA digital camera with 4x digital zoom
Data support GPRS (Class 10)
Exchangeable covers None
Internet applications WAP 2.0 browser
  Internal -
  External -
Yes, 5.5MB
Not supported
Messaging capabilities SMS/EMS, MMS, IM, e-mail with iTap
Ringing tones Polyphonic ring tone (22 chord), MP3
Synchronisation with PC Yes
System for...
  Add-on applications -
  Gaming -
  Phone -
Java MIDP 2.0
Java MIDP 2.0
Motorola proprietary
Extras supported
(not listed above)
Anodized pink aluminium
Chemical etched keypad

* As per manufacturer’s specifications (with supplied battery)
^ Final specifications to be confirmed


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