Motorola V9x for AT&T Out
The new AT&T V9x
Wanted to get that Motorola V9x from AT&T that we wrote about the other day (check it out here)? Motorola is now taking orders for your copy of this sick (yes it looks that good) phone available for $299.99 without a 2 year contract (Yes, that you will need to do that separately from AT&T– who hasn’t launched it yet themselves– but that isn’t so bad; you can get yourself a nice back up phone for free just by re-signing 😉 ) Click the More link for all the details and a recap of the features that make this phone so sick.
A recap of what this phone brings:
- Very Small and Thin Flip Design– This phone is thinner than the original RAZR, and should fit easily into any pocket.
- 2 HUGE Screens– This phone has 2 HUGE screens (2 inch on the outside, 2.2 inch in the inside), and there are major updates to the outside screen here. Those updates include watching AT&T Cellular Video, listen to Music, view text and recent calls (really love the ability to view text, wish my old V9 had it), and much more- all from the outside screen.
Cellular Video on AT&T V9x’s External Screen
- Gray Color Design– This looks much nicer than what is on the V9, just need to say that.
- AT&T 3G
- AT&T Video Share and Navigator– For your one way Video Calling (does anyone even use this?) and GPS (this I see people using)
- Crystal Talk– For improving quality during phone calls (yes, cell phones are used as phones by some people)
- 2 Megapixel Camera with Video Recording– If this camera is anything like the one one the V9, then expect some decent pix– viewable but not real digital camera worthy.
- Mp3 and Video Player
- Micro-SD card slot– Expandable to up to 8 GB (instead of 2 GB as was on the V9)
A worthy update to a already AMAZING phone.
Oh, and the AT&T support site already has this in the system, so coupled with the fact that Motorola is already selling it must mean that the phone is close to an actual AT&T release, probably making it much cheaper than the $299.99 listed here because AT&T will subsidize it with a new 2 year contract.
What you think, you gonna get this phone now, wait for it to become cheaper with a 2 year contract when AT&T finally releases it- which really needs to be soon, or go with another AT&T phone altogether for your next phone? Let us know in the comments.
Pix and info from Motorola.com