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Motorola C650 and V180 on T-Mobile USA

Motorola announced the nationwide availability of the C650 and V180 mobile phones on T-Mobile USA. The Motorola C650 features MP3 ringtones, picture messaging and a VGA camera while the V180 clamshell phone brings a vibrant colour screen, AOL Instant Messenger and external caller ID. Both use tri-band GSM technology and have a built-in speakerphone.

C650 Specs and features:

-Integrated VGA camera (640 x 480 pixel resolution) with Digital Zoom (up to 4x)
-Multimedia Messaging (MMS)
-Display : 128 x 128 pixels – 65K colors CSTN
-MP3 ring tones & Motomixer
-Fun lightings: Different lighting patterns are available for incoming calls, text & voice messages, alarms, battery charging & power up/down
-For use on GSM 900/1800/1900 Networks

V180 Specs and features:

-MP3 and polyphonic ring tones
-MotoMixer remixable ring tones
-Brilliant colour display (128 x 128 65K CSTN) MMS messaging
-J2ME downloadable games
-For use on GSM 900/1800/1900 networks

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