Motorola V400

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The Motorola V400 is a clamshell phone released by Motorola in 2003.

It is part of Motorola's early Triplets line of phones.

Feature-wise, it is an in-between of the V300 and V500. It's quad-band like the V500, but lacks Bluetooth like the V300.

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

V400
HW Platform/ChipsetNeptune LTE platform, Freescale
SW Platform/OSPlatform 2000/Synergy
Display176 x 220, TN, 16-bit color
Sub-display96 x 32, STN, monochrome
SensorsAmbient light sensor
Flash memory5 MB accessible to user
Charging and data connectorMotorola V60 connector
FCC IDIHDT56DR1

Connectivity[edit]

V400
Operating modesGSM (850/900/1800/1900)
DataGPRS
SIM sizeMini SIM
IrDANo
BluetoothNo
PC LinkMotorola Phone Tools, plus P2K software
Data tethering?

Input[edit]

V400
Input methods12-key keypad with iTAP predictive text
Side keysVolume keys, shortcut key, voice memo key

Media[edit]

V400
Rear cameraVGA (640 x 480), fixed focus
Brightness, white balance, exposure, self-timer
Video recordingYes
Supported image formatsGIF, EMS, JPG, PNG, WBMP
Supported sound formatsAMR, IMY, MID, MP3
Supported video formats3GP
Speaker configurationEar speaker and loudspeaker
Line out2.5mm jack
SynthesizerSonivox software synth (Motorola)
ExtrasiMelody composer, MotoMixer

Messaging[edit]

V400
SMSYes
EMSYes
MMSYes
IMAIM, Yahoo Messenger
EmailPOP3, IMAP4

Software[edit]

V400
JavaMIDP 2.0, downloadable

Accessories[edit]