Motorola V360 Cell Phone Review – Slim and Functional!gadget
Considering the Motorola V360 cell phone? It is the successor to the V300 series which was very popular. The design has become very slim but that certainly does not take away from the functionality of the phone.
The phone has a slot for a memory card so that you can store and play a ton of music. Who needs an IPOD?
Like most of the other Motorola models these days, the V360 has Bluetooth compatibility (so you can connect things like a wireless headset or even a wireless printer).
The V360 is GSM (Global Systems of Mobile communication) compatible. This means that if you are traveling, you will experience fewer disruptions because as you roam, the Motorola V360 cell phone will switch from provider to provider with greater ease. It also enables clearer communication and more availability for SMS (text) messaging.
The phone has many other features such as speed dialing, and the ability to call preprogrammed numbers with one button. It also has a speakerphone and voice activated dialing.
The phone book also holds up to 1000 contacts and is e-mail compatible so there is no need to purchase a PDA (personal digital assistant) as the V360 can do it all for you.
The phone also includes a voice recorder (which is great if you cannot jot phone messages down when driving), a calculator, a calendar and an alarm clock. It does it all.
The battery life is one of the best features on the V360. It can go up to 240 hours of standby time and an amazing 7.5 hours of talk time. No need to bring your charger with you as you head out for your day.
If you are one of those people who forget to bring the camera when going to a special event, have no fear. The V360 takes pictures with a 4X digital zoom. You can even record small video clips.
If pictures and video particularly appeal to you, you should invest in an expansion memory card. They are only around $50 and they will allow you to take a lot more pictures or video.
All in all, the Motorola V360 cell phone is a great purchase. If you know where to look, you can even get it for free if you sign up for a service plan.