The Motorola V810 will make its North American debut with U.S. Cellular customers this September. The model V810 boasts an integrated camera with built-in picture indicator light, advanced Multi-Media Messaging Service (MMS) and BREW technology to make access to U.S. Cellular’s wireless data service, easyedgeSM, simple and efficient. Packaged in a sleek, metal housing, the Motorola V810 brings fashion and function to U.S. Cellular customers.
“With its internal camera, MMS capabilities, always on internet and unique, metal housing, the V810 is in a class all its own.” said Wayne White, vice president of sales operations, Motorola, Inc.
When a mental snapshot will not suffice, users can turn to the Motorola V810’s integrated camera for assistance in preserving candid moments. Capturing breathtaking scenery, a baby’s first steps or a spontaneous moment is just a point and click away. And with the model V810’s built-in picture indicator light, even dimly lit shots can turn into mobile memories. The model V810’s integrated camera also puts a distinctive twist on caller-ID, allowing consumers to attach a photo with a name in their phonebook.
For communicating without saying a word, the model V810 offers advanced messaging capabilities using MMS functionality. Users can send a text message to a friend, family member or colleague’s mobile phone or PC with an attached animated icon, photo or ringtone to visually or musically enlighten the message. The model V810’s screen is capable of supporting up to 260,000 for a stimulating, lifelike pictorial.
Consumers can use U.S. Cellular’s easyedgeSM wireless data service featuring CDMA 1X high-speed data and BREW technology to customize their model V810 according to their own sense of style, entertainment whims and business necessities by quickly downloading games, screensavers, wallpaper, ring tones and applications. And the polyphonic speaker on the Motorola V810 supports 40 different musical notes, delivering a clearer, richer melodic sound when playing both embedded and downloaded ringtones.
Furthermore, the Motorola V810’s always-on Internet browser makes certain that information ranging from breaking news to Saturday night theatre times is always readily available. And, remote access to POP3 email accounts and speakerphone capabilities make the model V810 prepared to assist the user in taking care of business on the road.
Pricing and Availability
The Motorola V810 is expected to be available with U.S. Cellular in September of 2004 for a price range of $150 to $200 with two-year contract.