The CDMA Motorola W385 brings a simple yet attractive flip phone design and will be offered in various colors. The W385 also features a VGA camera and Bluetooth, and should ship in spring.
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Available through Verizon Wireless, the Motorola Razr Maxx Ve is an EV-DO-capable handset with a 2-megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth, and 60MB of internal memory. The flip phone is built of metal, glass, and is only 0.59-inch thick
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The Motorola Rokr Z6m sports a slider design and includes a built-in music and video player, a 3.5mm headset jack, and stereo Bluetooth. The CDMA handset is expected to be available in summer.
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Offering a slim clamshell design with a modern look, the Motorola W355 packs in a speakerphone, an FM radio, and supports BREW downloadable ringtones, images, and games. The CDMA W355 is expected to be available in spring 2007.
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Part of the Motomobile line of stylish but affordable cell phones, the Motorola W218 is a sleek candy bar-style GSM handset that offers all the basics, plus a VGA camera and FM radio. The W218, and the three phones to follow have an expected release date of spring 2007.
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The Motorola W360 is another slim bar GSM phone but with an emphasis on music. The company calls it a "multimedia device for the masses." The W360 has MP3 ringtones, an FM radio, 5MB of user-accessible memory, a VGA camera with 4x zoom, and a speakerphone.
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Switching it up, the Motorola W380 rocks a flip phone design with support for text, multimedia, and instant messaging. The GSM W380 also has a VGA camera with 4x zoom, an FM radio, and can act as a storage device.
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And last but not least, the Motorola W395 offers a clamshell design with a metal front cover. It includes a 1.3 megapixel camera with video recording abilities and Bluetooth.
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