Courtesy of Telus, Motorola V750 Military Approved Phone

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Courtesy of Telus, the Motorola V750, a new flip phone, is on sale now. This mobile was built to meet the requirements of the U.S. military.

Motorola V750 is designed following the 810F military specifications which made it one the toughest and fiercest phones out there. This device is able to withstand a multitude of devastating factors, among which low pressure, low temperature, temperature shocks and high temperatures, contamination by rain, fluids, humidity, fungus and salt fog, Acidic Atmosphere, Pyroshock, Gunfire, and so on.

The V750 also features an external 1.6″ (120 x 160 pixel) TFT display, an internal 2.2″ (240 x 320 pixel) 65K TFT display, a large keypad with raised keys for an easier input, a 2 Megapixel camera with video capabilities, speakerphone, 2.5mm jack, Bluetooth, and memory expandable up to 8GB thanks to the microSD card slot, Telus mobile music service, Telus mobile TV and integrating text, video and picture messaging.

It measures 102 x 51 x 16.5 mm and weighs 111g.

The V750 is already available in Telus stores for $199.99 on a three-year agreement, $299 on a two-year deal, $349.99 on the one-year contract and $399.99, no deals whatsoever.



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