Motorola V600 Phones

Written by Helen Glenn Court
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Does the word motocouture--that's pronounced "moto-coo-tour" and spelled Motorola V600 phones--mean anything to you? If so, yes, you probably do want to buy one. Feel free to read on and remind yourself why. If not, read on to find out. This is Motorola's top of the line GSM cellular phone. It seems to feature all that rapidly advancing digital technology and wireless communications have to offer.

Certainly with quad-band Motorola V600 phones you can travel almost anywhere and use the phone--okay, maybe not in the Himalayas, maybe not in Borneo. At 4.4 ounces, they are lightweight. At 3.4 by 1.8 by 0.9 inches, one fits into any pocket easily. With their capability for handling GSM networks operating at 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, or 1900 MHz, plus SIM card compatibility, they're as universal as you can find today.

As far as looks are concerned, the V600 is a flip phone. It has by default a brushed aluminum finish and a stub antenna. The 700 mAh LiIon battery provides about 6.5 hours of talk time and 7.5 hours of standby time. The built-in camera has VGA resolution. The display is 176 by 220 pixels with a transflective 65,000-color TFT screen.

Using Motorola V600 Phones within the United States

I've mentioned the universality of the V600 in reference to its quad-band GSM mobility in every corner of the globe. There's another, perhaps more immediate plus. Motorola V600 phones are offered by not one domestic wireless service provider, but three. T-mobile comes as no surprise. AT&T and Cingular One, however, also offer the V600.

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