A new Motorola phone appeared on Cingular's Web site today without a formal peep from either company. The Motorola V365 is a triband (GSM 850/900/1900) handset that also supports EDGE data speeds and Cingular's push-to-talk network.
Other features are midlevel and based largely on the phone's predecessor, the Motorola V360. Inside is a speakerphone, a VGA camera with video, Bluetooth, a digital music player, text and multimedia messaging, support for POP3 e-mail, voice dialing, and a wireless Web browser. The V365's flip phone design looks rather ordinary as Moto handsets go, but it offers an internal antenna and rubber sidings. And in any case, it's much better looking than the V360. The V365 is $100 with service.
(Photo: Cingular Wireless)
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