Motorola V60s

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The Motorola V60s is a CDMA clamshell phone released by Motorola in 2003.

The V60p, a variant of the V60s, is Motorola's first CDMA phone to support push-to-talk (PTT) technology.

It is one of many variants of the Motorola V60.

Variants[edit]

  • V60p: Push-to-talk version.

Specs[edit]

Basics[edit]

CPU Qualcomm MSM5100
Platform/OS Qualcomm Rex OS
Display 96 x 64, STN, monochrome
Sub display 96 x 16, STN, monochrome
Flash memory Unknown
Status LED Red/green
Phonebook capacity 500
Charging and data connector Motorola V60
FCC ID IHDT56DC1

Connectivity[edit]

Operating modes CDMA (850/1900)
AMPS (850)
Data 1xRTT
IrDA No
Bluetooth Not supported
PC Link Qualcomm diagnostic features only

Media[edit]

Supported image formats GIF, WBMP
Supported audio formats IMY, MID, QCP
Speaker configuration Ear speaker and double loudspeakers
Line out 2.5mm jack used for voice only
Synthesizer Faith, Inc. CMX 2.2 synth
Extras iMelody composer

Messaging[edit]

SMS Yes
EMS Yes
MMS No

Software[edit]

Java No

Accessories[edit]