CNET First Look
Motorola Entice W766 (Verizon Wireless)The Motorola Entice makes for a decent midrange multimedia phone, especially if you care about call quality.
[ Background music ] >> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Les associate editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the Motorola Entice from Verizon Wireless. The Motorola Entice as you can see here has a simple clam shell form factor. There's a camera on the front here as well as a color external display. Underneath the display are a few touch sensitive controls. When the music player is activated however you will see music player controls lit up in white. On the left side of the phone are the volume rocker, a smart key and the charger jack. The smart key unlocks the touch sensitive keys when the phone is closed. When the phone is open the key acts as a speaker phone key. On the right is the voice command key. Flip the phone open and you'll find a nice 2.2 inch display. Underneath the display are the rather flat razor like navigation keys. Underneath that you do get the number keypad it's very wide, a little bit flat but there's still enough texture and tactile feel to dial and text easily. The Micro SD card slot is incontinently located behind the battery. Features of the Entice include a 2 mega pixel camera and camcorder, a GPS with [inaudible] navigator support, stereo Bluetooth, EVDO as well as access to V-Cast video streaming and V-Cast music with Rhapsody. It has a music player on here as well of course. We found the Motorola Entice has pretty good call quality as well. [ Background music ] >> Nicole Lee: The Motorola Entice is $19.99 with a 2-year service agreement and a $70 mail in rebate. I'm Nicole Lee this has been a first look at the Motorola Entice from Verizon Wireless.^M00:01:40 [ Music ]