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Motorola's V710 integrates Bluetooth and a megapixel camera
Posted: 22-Mar-2004 [Source: Motorola]

[New V710 offers Bluetooth and is the first CDMA mobile to offer megapixel imaging including up to three minutes of video capture and playback.]

Today, Motorola, Inc. scored two firsts with the Motorola V710 - its first integrated Bluetooth wireless technology-enabled CDMA handset and its first CDMA mobile to offer megapixel imaging and video capture.

When work is the priority, the V710 is an efficient partner. With an integrated hands-free office-quality speakerphone for conference calls on the go, built-in PIM functions, PC sync, advanced speaker-independent voice recognition and CDMA 1x High-Speed Packet Data, the model V710 keeps you connected when it matters most.

With the convenience of Bluetooth wireless technology you're free to connect where you want, when you want. Bluetooth wireless technology allows you to place calls, connect to your PC or PDA or even use speaker-independent speech recognition for hands-free, eyes-free operation. Just say the name of the person you're calling into your compatible Bluetooth headset - no need to previously record the name in your own voice - and in an instant you're connected. That's convenience!

The Motorola V710 is compatible with the latest additions to Motorola's Bluetooth portfolio including the Motorola HS820 wireless headset providing hands-free convenience, the Motorola Bluetooth carkit and the Motorola Bluetooth PC USB adapter for seamless wireless data connectivity.

The Motorola V710 brings a suite of advanced multimedia features to let you see, hear, capture and share those things in life that make you smile. The Motorola V710 brings megapixel quality to your snapshots, allowing for clear, vivid images that you can save, send and print. When the moment calls for a moving memory, the model V710 brings video capture and playback to your world, allowing you to grab up to three minutes of dynamic video clips. And, with 16 MB of internal memory, and the ability to upgrade up to 128 MB with Trans-Flash removable memory, you can snap, shoot and share to your heart's desire.

The model V710 will keep you moving with an integrated MP3 player and MP3 ringtones. Download your favorite tunes and enjoy them on the phone's high- quality speaker or privately through the compatible stereo headphone accessory.

The Motorola V710 is expected to be available in North America end of first half of 2004.

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