Motorola debuts the new V60t color phone

Motorola, Inc. today announced the availability of the new model V60t Color handset, an evolution of the widely popular model V60. The new model V60t Color features an eye-catching vibrantcolor-display to elevate the consumers’ wireless experience on a classic design.

In addition to the new color screen, the Motorola V60t Color boasts several enhancements designed to increase user convenience and accessibility to favorite features. Voice activated technologyoffers V60t Color consumers new options for dialing, navigating and connecting. The advanced Voice Activated Digit Dialing allows the user to simply speak the numerical digits of a phone number whilethe handset does the rest. The new Voice Activated Command technology allows for quick and easy access to essential features — including access to messages and settings, as well as seamless andhands-free dialing to friends, family members, and colleagues while on-the-go. Additionally, the new two-line external display has enough room for the date and time or a 2 line text message, allowingfor easy communication without opening your phone.

Taking advantage of the color screen, the model V60t Color comes preloaded with animated screensavers, wallpapers, and games. With downloadable ringtone capability, unique colored interchangeablehousings, Internet access, and text messaging, the Motorola V60t Color brings new excitement to a market favorite.

“The new Motorola V60t Color offers users the stylish, compact design of the popular V60 series with a new color screen and updated connectivity solutions,” said Joe Woods, vice president anddirector product line management of Motorola’s Personal Communications Sector. “Illustrating Motorola’s commitment to both consumers and carrier customers, the model V60t Color meets the rigorousdemand for a handset that combines a sleek form factor with heightened communication.”

Pricing and Availability

The Motorola V60t Color is available at select Cingular Wireless retail stores today for a suggested retail price of $149 with a two-year agreement. A $50 rebate is available.

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