Motorola V600

Written by Stephanie Dula
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The Motorola V600 is a GSM cell phone that combines convenient quadband capability with a streamlined clamshell design. Those who travel frequently will be well equipped with a V600, because it can pretty much operate anywhere in the world. Purchasing an unlocked phone is the best bet, leaving the choice of service providers up to the consumer.

V600 Features

The V600's quadband technology enables the phone to operate in four bandwidths: 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz. This ensures the broadest service range available on the market today, and individual SIM cards can be purchased from service providers in various regions of the world. The phone was the first of its kind to reach the market in May of 2004, and has been a popular choice for travelers.

The phone also features a wireless interface powered by Bluetooth technology, which enables the phone to connect to a variety of other telecommunications devices with special software. These include handheld PDAs and computers, wireless phones, and even printers. Special Bluetooth headsets and car kits can also be purchased to go along with the Motorola V600 which provide convenient hands-free use.

The V600 has two LCD screens, one external and one internal. The external screen displays caller information and time, as well as battery strength. The internal screen has a higher resolution that can be used for, among other things, viewing photos that can be taken with the phone's integrated camera. The phone is available in the U.S. with service from AT&T, Cingular, and T-Mobile.


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