Motorola announced the V710, its first integrated Bluetooth enabled CDMA handset and its first CDMA mobile to offer megapixel imaging and video capture.
The phone also offers an an integrated hands-free office-quality speakerphone for conference, built-in PIM functions, PC synchronisation, advanced speaker-independent voice recognition and CDMA 1x High-Speed Packet Data.
The voice recognition engine allows for voice dialling without the user having to record name tags, and it works over Bluetooth as well.
The Motorola V710 brings a suite of multimedia features, including a megapixel digital camera, with still capture and recording of video clips of up to three minutes. Using extenal memory, the phone supports up to 128 MB. The model V710 comes with an integrated MP3 player and MP3 ringtones.
This model is expected to be available in North America in late first half of 2004.