Yesterday, Motorola and Verizon Wireless announced two new devices, the Motorola VU30 and VU204. Both devices have a clamshell form, come with GPS and are able to use Verizon’s VZ Navigator service. Below, you can read more about each device.
Motorola Rapture VU30: comes with in a clamshell form, having a touch-sensitive external display, with easy access to music. Users are able to access a library that has more than 5 million songs, with the help of V CAST Music with Rhapsody; they can also purchase songs over-the-air; sync favorite tracks, albums and playlists from the PC to the phone using the USB cable; as well as compatible Bluetooth; the phone also has a 2.5 mm headset jack to listen to music. Another feature of this phone is the 2.0 megapixel camera, with enhanced imaging and video capture, audible turn-by-turn directions with VZ Navigator. VU30 is also equipped with an expandable memory of up to 8 GB.
Motorola VU204: also has a clamshell form; has features and tools from Verizon Wireless, including mobile IM, E-Mail, and text and picture messaging. The phone is also equipped with a VGA camera with 4x digital zoom and another camera key for easy access; supports stereo Bluetooth wireless technology, and Verizon Wirelessâ€™ Media Center and VZ Navigator service.
The Motorola Rapture VU30 is available at the price of $129.99, and MOTO VU204 at the price of $29.99.