Thursday, October 18, 2007

Motorola V600 Review

Motorola V600 is the first quad-band GSM ever. It operates in 800, 900, 1800, and 1900 bands. Although GSM is global, different continents use different frequency bands for which GSM runs under. For that reason, certain phones which are made for one region are not compatible with another due to frequency limitations. The V600's quad-band capabilities allows users to use the phone anywhere GSM is located. Quad-band GSM technology gives you the ability to stay in touch worldwide, whether you're in Chicago, Cannes or Caracas. Provided a SIM card from a local service provider is put in. Additionally, the V600 comes with a 700 mAh Li-Ion battery that has maximum talk and standby times of 6.50 and 285 hours respectively under optimal conditions.

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