Wednesday, September 26, 2007

MotoRAZR V8 gathers momentum

The recently introduced trimmy mobile handset from Motorola brands, the RAZR V8 silhouette is gathering momentum with its Windows Media Player 11 in the market place.

Officials of Motorola informed that the trimmy set of 11.9 millimetre thin, is packed with smarter features and one of which is the Windows Media Player 11, which facilities simple music management and playback.

With up to 2 Gega bytes of memory, Motorola said consumers could store up to 1,000 songs downloaded through high speed micro Universal Serial Bus (USB) 2.0.

Additionally, RAZR V8 has 2.0 mega pixel camera that offers multi-shot capabilities and approximately 120 minutes of video, thus making it easy to capture the important moments and share in real time through new media technologies such as blogs, even as it could be printed on a compatible Bluetooth enabled printer.

RAZR V8 also has battery talk time of about 500 minutes while the standby time is estimated to be 280 hours.

“MotoRAZR V8 delivers sharper and smarter features for a richer multimedia and music experience,” Motorola official said.

It was further gathered that MotoRAZR V8 was outfitted with extravagant materials including stainless steel, chemically hardened glass, spun metal and chrome.

Officials equally said that RAZR V8 exhibits confident and strong, thus taking the next-generation thin phone to the next level by packing it with a new, richer multimedia experience.

“RAZR V8 provides an unmatched music experience and comes complete with 512 Mega bytes end user memory or 2GB memory, reiterating that its USB offers fast music file transfers,” officials said, stressing that the Window Media Player 11 enables synchronisation for music management and a music touch screen on the external display for effortless control.

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