T-Mobile Releases the Low Budget Phone Motorola V195

The handset has a 10 MB memory

By on June 8th, 2006 15:27 GMT
T-Mobile has released a new low budget phone, the Motorola V195, but the flip phone includes many features that are usually found in more expensive devices.

The V195 has dimensions of 3.6 x 1.8 x 0.9 inch and weighs 100 grams. It features a large CSTN internal display which supports a resolution of 128 x 160 pixels, complemented by a secondary external monochrome screen.

The handset operates in 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz networks. In terms of connectivity it offers Bluetooth support and USB port.

The storage space is provided by 10 MB of internal memory. The user can choose from a range of messaging options including MMS, SMS, EMS 5.0 and Wireless Village Instant Messenger.

Other features found on the phone include internal speaker, easy text input, Push-to-Talk, the SCREEN 3 technology for zero click access to sports, news, entertainment, WAP 2.0.

The battery provides 624 minutes of continuous talk time and 525 hours of stand-by time.

Motorola V195 has a suggested retail price of $129, but it can be purchased for $39.99 with a contract.
  
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