Motorola W385

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Motorola W385
Compatible networks CDMA Dual Band 800/1900
Form factor Clamshell
Dimensions 99 × 44 × 18.1 mm (3.9 × 1.8 × 0.71 inches)
Weight 110 g
Memory 37 MB
Battery 950 mAh Li-ion
Display

Internal: 128 × 160 pixel TFT LCD, 65,536 colors

External: CLI, 96 × 32 pixels
Connectivity CE Bus - USB, Bluetooth

The W385 is a mobile phone model produced by Motorola.

Plans[edit]

It was offered by Verizon Wireless, U.S. Cellular, Boost Mobile, Qwest Wireless and Metro PCS in the United States, and is also offered in Canada through Telus Mobility and Koodo Mobile.

Specifications[edit]

  • Specs Source: Motorola
  • Modes: CDMA 1x 800/1900
  • Weight: 110 g
  • Dimensions: 99 × 44 × 18.1 mm
  • Form Factor: Clamshell
  • Antenna: Internal
  • Battery Life: Talk: 240 minutes, Standby: 440 hours
  • Battery Type: Lithium-ion
  • Internal Display: LCD (Color TFT), 65,536 colors (16-bit), 128 × 160 pixels
  • External Display: LCD (Monochrome), CLI, 96 × 32 pixels
  • Memory: 37 MB (built-in, flash shared memory)
  • Phone Book Capacity: 100 (on Verizon), 1000 (all others)
  • Operating System: BREW[1]
  • Internet Browser: WAP 2.0 Dual Stack with Openwave 6.2.3
  • Connectivity: CE bus (mini USB), Bluetooth Class 2
  • Camera: VGA (0.3 megapixels)
  • SAR rating: 1.54 watts/Kg
  • FCC ID: IHDT56HC1

Summary of key features[edit]

  • Slim clamshell form factor 45 × 99 × 18.2 millimeters
  • Messaging via EMS, MMS, SMS
  • Integrated VGA Camera
  • Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology, USB 1.1,
  • aGPS location services
  • 1.8” 128 × 160k TFT display
  • Internal antenna
  • 950 mAh battery

Design[edit]

The W385 is similar in design to the Motorola KRZR. Its dimensions are 3.9-inches tall by 1.8-inches wide by 0.71-inch thick and it weighs 3.8 ounces. It is covered on its front and rear face with a black, rubber material. It also comes in pink without the rubber. The W385's vertical display is set in a mirrored frame just below the camera lens. The rectangular display is 96x32 pixels. The display shows the time, battery life, signal strength, and caller ID. Also on the exterior of the W385 are a volume rocker, a speakerphone shortcut, and a mini USB port on the left spine, while the voice dialing button sits on the right spine.

The 65,000-color internal display on the W385 is 1.8 inches and it offers a resolution of 160x128 pixels. On the new version from Qwest Wireless it has been upgraded to a newer version of the Moto software with JVM 2.0.

The W385's navigation array and keypad buttons take cues from the Motorola KRZR, but instead of metal, the controls are covered in a soft-touch material similar to the phone's exterior covering. There is a four-way toggle with a central OK button, two soft keys, a clear button, and the Talk and End/Power controls. There is also a camera shortcut, and the toggle can be programmed to give one-touch access to four user-defined functions. Both the navigation array and the keypad buttons are backlit.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "W385". Motorola. Retrieved 2010-12-31. 

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