Ever heard about the MOTO V10? We haven’t until now, although there was a two-way radio back in 2005 called Motorola V10 – but that’s a different device, of course.
Well, the MOTO V10 was just announced by Motorola in South Korea, and it’s a mid-end 2G clamshell.
We’re not sure if this is the rightful successor of the RAZR2 V9, but we do know that it doesn’t look too different from the RAZR family – still, the square-ish navigation pad seems to be a novelty for a Moto phone.
The features of MOTO V10 include EV-DO Rev. 0 connectivity, a 2MP camera, Bluetooth, Music player, memory expansion slot and so on.
MOTO V10 should be available in Korea starting the next few weeks, for a price that was not announced.
Via Motorola Korea
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