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Motorola V300 openMotorola V300

25th October 2003

The Motorola V300 is a very stylish clamshell phone with built-in 640x480 pixel camera. There's a large colour screen on the V300 measuring 176x220 pixels on the inside, and support for Java applications and games to use it to the full, with a pretty good 5Mb of storage for pictures, games and other data.

This is a quad band GSM phone for maximum global coverage. The Motorola V300 supports GPRS, MMS, email and XHTML web browsing, plus it comes with a range of personal information management tools and connects up to your PC to allow you to synchronise data.

Motorola V300 closedAn unusual feature of the Motorola V300 is the long battery life combined with a tiny physical package. The V300 is good for about 8 hours of talk time, plus over 8 days of standby time. This is squeezed into 95 gram phone measuring just 49x89x25mm (ignoring the antenna) which makes the Motorola V300 slightly smaller and lighter than most of its competitors. Pictures are actual size at 72dpi.

For such a good looking phone, Motorola seem to be pitching this quite cheaply. Although Motorola virtually invented this format of phone with the Motorola StarTac, the company has seen rivals such as Samsung eat into its market share. In this respect the price and pretty packaging of the V300 should make it more attractive than the bewildering array of silvery clamshells from Samsung.

Plus, the long talktime on the V300 will make it an attractive proposition for business users, especially with the phone's good looks and inbuilt camera!

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