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Motorola V750, a shock resistant mobile phone

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Motorola V750, a shock resistant mobile phoneNot another rainy day! I woke up in the morning and, casting a short glance at the world outside my smoky window, I realized that this is, again, one of those days when you’d rather spend your whole 24 hours inside your house than confronting the bad weather. But I'm not the only one who hates these cold rainy days. My phone doesn’t like it either. He’s so sensitive to the cold and the rain, that I’d better keep its bright and shiny silhouette between your four walls.

Motorola Adventure V750, the latest rugged cell phone that Verizon is offering to the wide public, is far from being so sensitive. The clamshell phone made its appearance a couple of months ago on the company’s line-up, but it’s now when the device is available on Telus, an important Canadian mobile network.

The V750 comes equipped with US military specifications 810F, which converts it in a shock resistant mobile phone, whatever the shock might be. Moreover, the device can withstand not only shocks, but also dust, vibration or solar radiation.

As for the technical features, they include: EVDO Rev A, a 2.2-inch 65K colors internal screen with a resolution of 240x320 pixels, a 1.6-inch TFT external display with a resolution of 120x160 pixels, the military specs 810F for shocks, vibration, sun, heat, cold, altitude, dust, a 2.0 megapixel camera that comes with video capabilities, Bluetooth, 2.5 millimeters headset jack, speakerphone, music player and a microSD card support for expanding the memory up to 8GB.

Weighing approximately 111 grams and measuring 102 x 51 x 16.5 millimeters, the shock resistant mobile phone provides up to 3.8 hours of digital talk time and 83 hours of digital stand-by time. The standard bundle consists of the following components: the device itself, meaning the Motorola V750 handset, a rechargeable battery, the battery cover, AC charger, stereo headset, USB cable and tools software.

The phone is available for $ 399.99 without a contract, for $349.99 with one year contract, for $299.99 with 2 year contract and $199.99 on a third year contract.

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