Motorola W766 Entice Review

Motorola presented yesterday new low-end cell phone called Motorola W766 Entice.
It is going to be sold exclusively by Verizon Wireless.
As many of you may already know, the Bluetooth SIG is where Bluetooth devices are certified, and this is not the first time the new mobile phones leaks to the web via this site. Motorola W766, which seems to have received approval from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, is reported to be code-named Entice.

What is known so far about the new Motorola W766 is, of course, will feature Bluetooth connectivity, and it will include support for 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.

Motorola entice w766

The budget for the phone includes 2.0 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, expandable memory with microSD cards and 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 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 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, device very respectable, with most of the features currently used in 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

1 thought on “Motorola W766 Entice Review”

  1. Received this phone 3 days ago. It comes with a cursory ‘Tips, Hints & Shortcuts’ phamplet, no manual. Verizon does not have the manual, it has to be downloaded from Motorola. It is, of course in PDF format, so it’s pretty useless unless you have a double sided laser printer. 116 pages long, and extremely cursory at that.

    If you are a kid or someone who really loves menus and navigation this phone is useful, otherwise all the great features are useless.

    On the good side, the phone is very clear and it picks up signal where my previous phone & my friends phones will not. Battery life also good. Number keyboard is EZ to use; you can feel the keys without looking. Size is big enough to be comfortable to hold; small enough to fit easily in pocket.

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