Motorola expands its product portfolio with another high end device, the V525. It is equiped with an integrated VGA Digital Camera, a high resolution TFT color display, MMS, MP3 ring tones, Bluetooth and quad band technology.
Cable free communications is achievable through Bluetooth accessories such as a car kit, headset, or Pc-Card.
The V525 also supports direct access to the Vodafone live! portal bringing the user a rich selection of information and entertainment opportunities.
The V525 uses supports MP3, so the user can select a favorite song as a ring tone. A glance at the external display shows who's calling, and a closer look at the larger main display can show the caller's photo. Up to 1000 phone numbers can be stored in the V525's phone directory, each with photo. Five megabytes of memory space offers room for games, songs, screen savers, and backgrounds which can be easily downloaded directly from Vodafone Live.
Size (HxWxD): 89.2 x 49.2 x 25.4 mm
Weight: 114 grams
Standby time: up to 196 hours
Talk time: up to 488 hours
Band support: quad band (850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz)
WAP Capabilities: WAP 2.0/x-html
GPRS: 2 up and 4 down links
Data interfaces: RS232 serial and USB cable
Java: MIDP2.0/CLDC 1.1
Voice-Notes: yes (2 minutes)
External Display: 2 lines (96x32 pixels)
Internal Display: 176x220 pixels, tft, 65,536 colors
Internal camera: VGA quality
Vibration alarm: yes
Chat: IM Wireless Village
Memory: 5 MB
Ring tones: self programmable 24 voice MIDI and MP3
Phone book: 1000 entries with picture caller-id
Email client: pop3/smtp
Bluetooth accessories: headset, pc card, car kit