Thursday, October 18, 2007

Motorola V276 Review

Diverging from the sleek black exterior of the V265, the redesigned V276 is encased in a metallic shell. Offering similar conservative designs, the brushed metal front plate gives the V276 an edgier feel. Measuring 91 x 46 x 23 mm, and weighing 107 g, the V276 is the same size and weight as the V265 and average among clamshells.

Closed, the front plate houses an external grayscale LCD, displaying basic information such as time, network status, and battery strength. Situated above, a VGA camera lens is able to take photos up to 640 x 480 px in resolution.

Offering quick access to shortcuts, the Voice Key on the right side allows users to record memos and issue voice commands, while the left side contains Volume Keys and the Speakerphone Key, doubling as a Smart Key to provide access to frequent functions by anticipating likely subsequent actions are to follow.

Outlets for the Headset Jack and Charger / Accessory Port are located on the top and bottom respectively.

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