Motorola V325 with new GPS service from Verizon Wireless

30 Jan 2006 | Motorola , Verizon Wireless | 0 comments


Verizon Wireless and Motorola today announced the Motorola V325. This is the first phone that will allow you to get real-time audible directions, view maps, and find local destinations such as restaurants and ATMs with the brand new VZ Navigator. With this new GPS service, customers will get a mobile version of an advanced navigation system at less cost.

Features of the Motorola V325 include a 65.000 color (176 x 220 pixels) internal display and a smaller 2 color external display, VGA camera with 4x zoom, video recorder, speakerphone, advanced speech recognition and 32MB of memory.

The Motorola V325 is available for the price of $79.99 after a $50 online discount and a 2-year contract and for $179.99 with a 1-year contract. VZ Navigator is available for $9.99 for unlimited monthly access, or $2.99 for 24-hour use. Customers can download the application directly to their Motorola V325.

motorola v325 and new gps service launched by verizon wireless