Cdma Unlocked Phones

Friday, May 30, 2008

LG VX9100 env2 CDMA Cell Phone Black Verizon Wireless

LG env2 VX9100 CDMA Cell

LG env2 CDMA Cell Phone

The LG enV2 VX9100 offers VCAST Music and Video, VZ Navigator, Bluetooth capabilities, dual speakers and a 2.0-megapixel camera. The enV2's QWERTY keypad makes messaging easy, while a 2.4-inch internal screen offers clear videos and images. Users can listen to the songs through a Bluetooth Stereo headset or accessory. A separately purchased external memory microSD card allows customers to store their own music or video clips on their phones and move them from their PCs to their phones.

The env2 Vx9100 is a cdma cell phone specially for verizon wireless customers!

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Motorola RAZR V3m Silver CDMA Cell Phone

Moto RAZR V3m Cdma Cell Phone

Motorola RAZR CDMA Cell Phone

Motorola’s V3m cdma epitomizes cellular technology with a phone that is ultra-thin and has incredible features.
Upon first impression the phone might look like any other, but that is only because the V3m cdma cell phone focuses on making the experience of using it as easy as possible.

When you open the phone the first thing that will strike you is the keypad which is created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy giving each phone a unique quality. The metal materials involved allow the cdma phone to have a great sense of weight and presence. The crystal clear display means you won’t have any trouble reading what on your screen, even outdoors.

Motorola RAZR V3m Silver CDMA Cell Phone

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Verizon Wireless to introduce Linux Cdma Cell phones

Linux Cdma Cell Phones

NEW YORK - Verizon Wireless is backing a free operating system that competes with programs from Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. and expects it to become the "preferred" software on its network.

It's the first U.S. carrier to join the LiMo Foundation, which aims to unite handset makers, software companies and carriers on a software platform that will make it easier and cheaper to create a wide variety of phones.

The carrier's endorsement Wednesday is an important boost to the stature of LiMo, or Linux Mobile, and its prospects in the U.S. It already has the backing of large Asian and European carriers, as well as handset makers like Motorola Inc., Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics.

"There is now no doubt that LiMo-powered devices will comprise a significant percentage of many operators' portfolios," said Stuart Carlaw, cell-phone industry analyst at ABI Research.

source:yahoo's tech!