Motorola V180 Video
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Motorola V180 (Unlocked) Review
The good: Compact form factor; good call quality; speakerphone; USB capability; instant messaging; world phone; long battery life.
The bad: Flimsy plastic construction; slippery keypad and cramped controls; small internal display.
The bottom line: Though we weren't impressed by its design, the Motorola V180 is a quality, basic cell phone.
Motorola V180 (Unlocked) Specs
Part number: V180
- Product Basic Spec