Motorola V325


Motorola V325
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Tehnical details:- Screen 176x220 pixels, 65,000 colors
- Ringtone Polyphonic, 72 chords
- Networks CDMA 850 and 1900, AMPS 850
- Connectivity USB
- Physical size 3.6" x 1.9" x 0.9" (91mm x 49mm x 24mm)
- Weight 4.09 oz (116g)

Overview about mobile phone
The V325 is a basic clamshell cell phone for Verizon Wireless and US Cellular with a large display and an outer shell that lights up during incoming calls. The V325 is an upgrade of the V265/V276, and includes a universal USB charger rather than a proprietary Motorola charger.

Introduced to the market in Q1 2006, the Motorola V325 was the first cell phone compatible with Verizon Wireless' VZ Navigator application, which provides customers with turn-by-turn, written, and spoken directions to more than 14 million points of interest in the U.S. as well as maps of their current location. Recently, VZ Navigator compatibility has been extended across much of the company's cell phone lineup.