Verizon unveils Motorola V750

The V750 is the first EV-DO Rev. A device for Verizon.

Moto V750 Motorola

Verizon Wireless today launched the Motorola V750. The silver flip phone offers a durable design and it operates on the carrier's EV-DO Rev. A network. Its features include external music controls, full Bluetooth with a stereo profile, and support for the carrier's V Cast video and V Cast Music with Rhapsody services.

The phone has a 2.5mm headset jack, a 2-megapixel camera, text, multimedia, and push-to-talk capabilities, a wireless Web browser, instant messaging, an external memory card slot, and support for the VZ Navigator GPS service. The Moto V750 costs $99.99 with service.

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