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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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    Conclusion

    As the premier Bluetooth CDMA pioneer, many had hope that the V710 would be the feature-rich phone to revive the aging network. On paper, it appears to be just the multimedia phone that consumers were anticipating. Unfortunately, in reality many of these promised features are only half-heartedly implemented. With stripped down Bluetooth and an average camera, the V710 turned out to be only part of what it could have been. Part of it can be attributed to Verizon's modifications, designed so that consumers would have to purchase extra subscriptions in order to take advantage of features that should have been available in the first place. Consequently, the V710's redeeming features, namingly a sleek design, large screen and expandable memory, are welcome features but ultimately prove insufficient to balance out the phone's disspointments. For over $300 list, the V710 should have been much more.

    SLCentral Verdict: 7/10



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