3GSM World Congress: Motorola announces SLVR V8 and PEBL V6
Motorola seemingly liked the 4-letter naming policy first introduced with RAZR V3 (at the Congress the company also unveiled a black modification of this handset) and announced two new cell phones named accordingly: SLVR V8 and PEBL V6.
Motorola SLVR V8 supports EDGE, Push To Talk, Bluetooth Class 2, WAP 2.0 and XHTML, J2ME MIDP 2.0 and has 4x optical VGA camera that can capture video as well. Of course, MP3 is a feature too, but SLVR V8 has just 5MB of memory, so you will have to use the TransFlash slot provided. Messaging capabilities include SMS, MMS, IM Wireless Village, POP3&SMTP. The novelty is to go on sale in Q3 2005.
Motorola PEBL V6 is positioned as a mobile accessory (like Xelibri), but offers more than a humble feature set: movie recording, Bluetooth, EDGE, GPRS Class 10, WAP 2.0 and XHTML browser, J2ME MIDP 2.0, voice dialling. It has no media slots, so you will have to live with built-in 5MB. PEBL V6 is expexted for sale in H2 2005.
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