Get snapping with the the Motorola V525 and it's integrated camera. When your mates call, check out who it is with picture phonebook. Go anywhere when travelling with quadband, hear great tunes with it's MP3 player and get connected with Bluetooth.
• Weight: 114 grams
• Size: 89x49x25mm
• VODAFONE LIVE!
• Quad Band GSM850/900/1800/1900
• Colour Screen
• Colour Backgrounds
• Data Capable
• Polyphonic Sounds
• Java Capable
I got this phone not toi long ago and I have to say that I am reasonably pleased with it. It is not the best phone that I ever had but it is also not the worst.
The most frustrating thing about it seems to be the constant reset of the software that you have to do, and that the bluetooth is extremely hard to operate with other devices other than phones.
The good thing about it is that the camera on the unit is reasonable and that the screen is really good. In the end not a bad looking phone but not something I would advise someone to buy.
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