Motorola’s new Adventure V750 definitely doesn’t have the looks to have ladies swoon over its slim clamshell form factor, but it will definitely serve your demanding outdoor needs. It is one of the two cell phones to debut this year along with Verizon’s much-awaited PTT service, which will become operational this summer, along with the Motorola VU30.
Being geared for any adventure, the V750 is built to meet 810F military standards. It is shock-proof, dust-proof, and vibration-proof, while being able to withstand extreme temperatures on both ends of the barometer.
But underneath all that sturdiness, the Adventure V750 qualifies just enough to make it into the mid-range category. It has a 2.2-inch QVGA display, just enough to view those snaps captured by its 2-megapixel camera, not to forget the smaller display on its frontal fascia. Tailor-made to work with Verizon’s PTT service, it of course supports push-to-talk and also rocks Verizon’s own VZ Navigator and VCast Music & Video services. Additionally, Motorola has thrown in a WAP browser and Bluetooth as the only two available connectivity options along with a speakerphone to blast some of your favorite numbers. While the internal storage capacity is not mentioned, a microSD slot should more than take care of any future expansion needs.
We don’t know when the Motorola Adventure V750 will make an appearance, but with the abundance of information available on this device, we expect it to be sooner than later.
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