Verizon has announced the launch of the first of their highly anticipated EVDO Rev. A Push To Talk capable handsets today through telesales and online.
The Motorola Adventure V750 is one of the first handsets from the carrier to support its new EVDO Rev. A based Push to Talk service, as well as one of the growing lineup of Verizon non-smartphones with EVDO Rev. A access next to the LG Dare.
The featureset for the clamshell includes a 2 inch QVGA internal display, GPS support through VZ Navigator with added support for Field Force Manager software for real-time management of fleets and/or personnel, a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recorder, microSDHC expansion slot, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, external media player controls, speakerphone, and an M810F certified bodyshell for resistance to extreme shock and vibration.
The phone is now available from Verizon online for $149.99 before a $50 instant online discount, bringing the total to $99.99 with the phone expected to be available in all retail channels on July 28th.
6 responses to “Verizon Launches Motorola Adventure V750”
And still nothing to be said about the v950
Nationwide release. Ouch Sprint!
Hmmm…given the products that Verizon has (and will have) in its handset lineup, it appears that it will only be a matter of time before Sprint finally throws in the towel and BEGS Verizon to buy them out. Sad really, just sad.
Vzw has MediaFlo and that’s it, everything else that they have Sprint has in addition to more ptt users
The only thing Vzw has that is cheaper than Sprint is thier ptt offering we need a review of this one
Seems to me that Verizon is trying awfully hard to be just like Sprint. It kind of makes you wonder who really is the top dog when it comes to technology innovation. Sprint is the leader and Verizon is the wannabe.