We recently saw the Motorola VE66 slider in a few leaked images, and now it’s time to take a look at its User Interface.
Spotted on sergenovikov.blogspot, the pics with Motorola VE66′s UI show us the interface of a multimedia-centric phone. Well, no surprise here, since VE66′s features clearly indicate that this is a device built for users who want a phone that can offer much more than voice and text communication.
Like Motorola ZN5, Motorola VE66 runs on Montavista Linux (v 2.6.10). The overall aspect of the UI is nice and I think users will not have reasons not to like it. That’s if they don’t have anything against Motorola phones, of course.
The main specs of Moto VE66 include:
2.4 inch TFT display with 16 million colors
5 MP camera with autofocus and flash
Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
MicroSD card slot
Freescale SCM-A11 500MHz processor
It’s said that there will be two version of the phone, one with GSM/EDGE connectivity only and one with HSDPA too.
Motorola VE66 is not yet officially confirmed, thus there are no details about its release and price. But we’ll bring them to you when they appear.
If you liked the post, you might find these interesting too:
- Motorola VE66 rocks 5MP cam and Wi-Fi, proves Motorola isn’t sleeping
- #MWC10: Motorola Quench Cliq XT (ex-Zeppelin) announced
- Motorola RIZR Z10 press pics and specs
- Samsung D980/D988 – DuoS with touchscreen
- Wi-Fi-only Motorola Xoom comes with free Bluetooth keyboard in the US until June 14