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About this product
- Product InformationThe V60i builds on the popularity of the V60 and offers these additional features: optional custom front and back covers; three embedded games - Blackjack, Video Poker, Falling Numbers; WAP Microbrowser for instant access to valuable information while on the go.
- Family LineMotorola V series
- TypeCellular Phone
- Network TechnologyAMPS / D-AMPS
- BandD-AMPS 800/1900 / AMPS 800
- Battery TypeLithium Ion
- Battery Capacity850 mAh
- Battery Talk TimeUp to 240 min
- Battery Standby TimeUp to 192 hr
- Display TechnologyLCD display
- Display Resolution96 x 64 pixels
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height3.39 in.
- Depth1.06 in.
- Width1.77 in.
- Weight3.39 oz
- Antenna TypeExternal
- Phone Book Capacity (Numbers)500
Most relevant reviews
- tjswan1492Dec 02, 2015by
what i wanted
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- kiwixplantMar 12, 2006by
Best cellphone I've ever had.
After reading what another reviewer had to say, I just had to get my 2 cents in. I have two of these V60i, and I think they're wonderful phones. Hands down better than the Nokia, Audiovox, Samaung and other type of Motorola phones I've had. Every other phone has developed problems within two years. Not these. No, you can't just flip it open like a Star Trek communicator, but that would be an abusive way to treat a phone anyhow. Not that they might not stand up to it. They're very solidly built. Mine has withstood dozens of drops to the concrete with no more damage that a light scratch. The audio is loud and clear. The buttons have a nice snappy feel. Even though this model is about three years old, everything about these phones is right.
- sandysenickJan 10, 2008by
Perfect replacement phone!
I LOVE this little phone! The screen shows numbers in a big bold font, it's solid, and sturdy... And I LOVE the meow ringtone. It's not a camera phone and doesn't have speakerphone,but I LOVE it!!
- 335895807@delet...Jun 08, 2006by
The V60i by Motorola is a great phone. For the few of us holding on to our AT&T TDMA accounts this is a great phone. I really like the size and the amount of memory for Phone numbers and notes. The voice calling feature is so cool when driving.
- kwf2012Aug 24, 2006by
A cell phone classic
I originally oredered one off Ebay as a way to keep my bargain plan with AT&T Wireless (now merged with Cingular). I wasn't about to change plans, since mine is a real bargain. The lowest price on their new plans is double what I pay now. That meant getting a phone that sed TDMA technology under the old AT&T system. This Motorola was perfect for the job. I was able to keep my same plan and have a like new phone too. The TDMA technology seems to work better than the newer systems that my friends phones use too. I liked the V60 model so much that I ordered a couple extra off Ebay as spares. The V60 is rugged, reliable, and great if you want to stay with the older technology to keep your cell contract at the better price. I actually get better reception than my friends phones with newer technology. (Sometimes older is better!) Read full review