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    Motorola V710
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted:05/09/2005 12:44.45
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: The eagerly awaited Motorola V710 has a sleek design, large screen and expandable memory, its a nice phone but is it worth the $300 price tag?

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    First Impressions

    The V710 package comes with a multilingual manual, a belt holster, an AC adaptor and the physical phone.

    First off, the V710 is by no means a thin phone. At about an inch thick and two inches wide, its a rather hefty phone to be lugging around. However, in light of the fact that the V710 was originally released last year, the bulkiness of the phone can be forgiven. Holding it in my hand for the first time however, I couldn't help but notice the V710's soft plastic construction. Simply put, it doesn't feel as sturdy as my Samsung e715 flip phone, which sports a more solid quality of plastic and a lighter build.

    Aesthetically speaking, the V710 isn't an eye-catcher like Motorola's new RAZR phones. But for its generation, the design is quite a few notches above the average. The colors of its casing are a sleek silver and black scheme, with an external screen integrated into the black front panel. Flipping open the phone reveals a large screen and keypad set against dark gray casing.

    Side by side with my Samsung 225m, you can see that the V710 is just a little bit shorter and wider (not to mention much more capable than my monochrome 225m). Overall, my first few minutes with the phone were favorable.

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    1. Introduction
    2. Specifications
    3. First Impressions
    4. Design
    5. Functionality
    6. Conclusion

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