Verizon Wireless has just launched two new and quite interesting phones: Casio Exilim and Motorola Rival A455.
We saw the phones several times until now, and we also knew that they would be released this month, so it’s good they’re both finally available for purchase.
First, let’s talk about the Casio Exilim, a clamshell presented as “the picture perfect blend of digital camera and entertainment, for messaging, and for fun.”
Apart from coming with a 180–degree rotating QVGA display, the handset also has a 5.1MP camera with autofocus, flash, image stabilizer and 3x optical zoom – so it seems to be among the best camera phones on the US market.
The other features of Casio Exilim include:
- 1X/EV–DO Rev A. connectivity
- HTML browser
- Music player
You can buy the Casio Exilim from here, for as low as $279.99 (with a 2-yr contract agreement and after a $50 rebate).
Motorola Rival A455 is more like an entry-level phone, so it’s cheaper than the Casio Exilim. The Rival features a full QWERTY keyboard, a 176 x 220 pixels display, touch dial-pad, 3.5mm headset jack, GPS, 2MP camera, 130MB of internal memory, and microSD card support.
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