Motorola VE66 rocks 5MP cam and Wi-Fi, proves Motorola isn’t sleeping
If you thought Motorola would stop at the ZN5‘s 5 megapixel camera, just as they did with the original design of the RAZR and its many rip-offs (made by Motorola itself!), well, you, as well as I, are apparently wrong.
The latest unofficial Motorola handset to come out of the woodwork is the Motorola VE66, which features a 5 megapixel camera, 3G connectivity, built-in Wi-Fi and runs on Montavista v2.6.10 Linux (nope, not Android). Not much can be said about its operating system, but with its amount of high-end features, it’s a significant step forward for a company like Motorola in its current state.
It’s also equipped with a Freescale SCM-A11 500MHz processor, 2.4-inch 16M TFT display, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, and a microSD card slot. It’s not clear whether the camera module will use the same Kodak lens as the ZN5, though.
Also of note, there will be two versions of the Motorola VE66: one with UMTS and HSDPA and the other without 3G at all. We’ll be digging up for more on the Motorola VE66 in the coming weeks, so watch for it.
Via GSM Arena