Motorola E770 mobile phone (also known as the E770v denoting a Vodafone network specific variant of this handset) is a 3G phone that operates primarily on the third generation phone network, however it can be downscable to GPRS 2.5 and below if required.
The E770v resembles very much by looks with Motorola's famous E398 model; still, the hardware differences are pretty substantial.
It was announced in 2005, 4th Quarter.
It weighs 108 grams The Standard Battery has 160 mins talktime and a standby time of 260 hours.
- Built-in antenna
- Built-in handsfree
- UMTS and GSM Triband - 900/1800/1900 MHz
- WAP 2.0 / xHTML Browser
- Data compatible via USB cable or Bluetooth
- Internal Memory - 32MB
- MicroSD TransFlash External Memory Card up to 1GB
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant messaging.
- MP3, MP4, WMA music support
- Vibrate alert
- TFT display, 176 x 220 pixels (30 x 38 mm), 65K colors.
- Video capture, playback, download and streaming
- 2 built-in VGA digital cameras:
- Video messaging
- Video playback full screen at 176/144 30fps
- GPRS: Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 - 48 kbit/s
- HSCSD: No
- EDGE: No
- 3G: Yes, 384 kbit/s.
- WLAN: No
- Bluetooth: v1.2 with A2DP
- Infrared port: No
- USB: miniUSB
The phone has been found to have some limitations by its users, including bluetooth file transfer size limitations, non-removable or changeable operator settings such as logos and hotkeys, and music playback limitations (bitrates over 192 kbit/s are not supported).
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