The Motorola V750 has a signature Moto design but it's stylish in its own right. Read full review
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The Motorola V750 has a large and bright external display. We also liked the red frame around the screen. Read full review
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The V750's push-to-talk button and volume rocker sit on its left spine. Read full review
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The V750's rear face features a textured battery cover. Read full review
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The V750's external music controls are tactile and spacious. Read full review
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The V750 has a comfortable, sturdy feel. Read full review
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The V750's navigation array and keypad buttons are easy to use. Read full review
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The slim V750 is quite portable. Read full review
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The V750's camera doesn't offer a flash. Read full review
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