Motorola VE75 – dual sim
Motorola is out on the market with a dual-sim classy slider, in another attempt to overcome the major financial issues of the company. Only Samsung has in its portfolio dual-sim handsets, besides the Chinese Nokia clones that also have this functionality. Motorola has targeted its new VE75 model at the growing Chinese market and this handset will be available only in China for now, as well as the Motorola ZN5 or MING A1600 and A1800 that nobody knows when will be available outside China.
As mentioned before, Motorola VE75 is a slick slider with a generous 2,6 inch display and 240 x 400 pixels. The photo camera is not lacking, however it is not so generous, with only a 2 megapixels sensor. Moto VE75 brings dual SIM capabilities, Music and Video players, Bluetooth, USB, handsfree, expandable memory (up to 2GB) and tri-band GSM connectivity (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) with GPRS and EDGE. The nicest thing about Moto VE75 is the embracing of the touchscreen trend, this handset being the 4`th company touchscreen phone.