Motorola W766 Entice Review
What is known so far about the new Motorola W766 is, of course, will feature Bluetooth connectivity, and it will include support for a variety of Bluetooth profiles including Headset Profile, File Transfer Profile, A / V Remote Control Profile, Dial Up Networking Profile, Basic Printing Profile, Object Push Profile, Basic Imaging Profile, Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, Hands-Free Profile 1.5, Phonebook Access Profile.
The budget for the phone includes a 2.0 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, expandable memory with microSD cards and a set of practical keys under the external display to control music playback capabilities to closed mobile phone.
* Connectivity 1X/EVDO CDMA 800/1900;
Main internal display * 2.2 inch TFT with a resolution of 176 x 220 pixels and over 65 thousand colors available;
* 2 Megapixel camera, with features for the sound recording;
* Bluetooth connectivity;
* GPS navigation software for VZ Navigator;
* 35 MB internal memory;
* Slot memory expansion through microSD / microSDHC, up to a maximum of 8 GB;
* Web features (web browser, mail client);
* Support for instant messaging;
* Player audio / video formats compatible with most common in mobile environment;
* 2.5 mm input jack;
* Talk time of 330 minutes;
* Stand-by time of 395 hours.
In short, a device very respectable, with most of the features currently used in a cell without having to rely on ultra-smartphones latest amenities and prices are often absurd. Here, however, offer to Verizon extent W766:
* Without contract: $ 219.99.
* Contract for 2 years: $ 39.99
* One-year contract: $ 109.99