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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B000AXEJBI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #449,573 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
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This stylish flip phone delivers urban chic good looks and a healthy dose of powerful features, including a VGA (640 x 480) camera and support for multimedia messaging. The phone also supports Verizon's mobile Internet features so you can harness all that the wireless revolution has to offer.

Design
The V276, which follows the traditional clamshell form factor, sports a 128 x 128, 65,000-color internal screen. A supplementary, 96 x 32 monochrome screen on the outside of the cover displays incoming call information, signal strength, battery life, current time and more. The VGA camera lens and self-portait mirror is housed above this display. Up/down buttons are placed on the left side for volume control. A five-way selection button above the phone's dial pad is designed to control most of the phone's menus and functions. The phone's extending antenna is placed on the top right side of the unit. A 2.5mm headset jack is provided, as are ports for AC charging and USB data connectivity. The phone ships in a standard black and silver configuration, but optional faceplates are available to dress up the phone's front outer cover and battery cover to suit your fancy.

Calling Features
The V276's speakerphone makes it easy to converse without touching the handset-- a big plus for car users. Enhanced voice dialing supports voice-to-digit dialing and name recognition for speedy dialing of contacts. The V276's voice recognition software supports voice commands from any user, not just a pre-programmed user's voice.

The V276's internal memory can be used to hold up to 500 contacts for quick access to email addresses and phone numbers. In addition to a five vibrating alerts, the phone supports 64-instrument polyphonic ringtones. The phone also allows you to assign ringtones to specific callers so you can know who's calling without having to look at the screen. A number of ringtones come preloaded on the phone and more ringtones can be downloaded from Verizon's Mobile Web service. Perhaps most importantly for users in rural areas, the V276 is a tri-mode phone, meaning it can operate on Verizon's digital network, as well as analog networks that serve many outlying areas. Lastly, the phone's GPS location technology pinpoints your exact location when you dial 911.

Messaging, Internet, and Tools
The V276's support for multimedia messaging means that text and photos can be sent with ease (Verizon messaging charges apply). When used in combination with the phone's built-in camera, MMS opens up a whole new world of messaging fun. There's also a built-in web browser for Verizon Mobile Web downloads and mobile web browsing. Verizon's optional Mobile Web package allows you to read and send e-mails, exchange instant messages and view your favorite web content on your phone. You can check your e-mail, trade stocks online, compare prices while shopping, access flight information, get movie listings and find directions to the theater. iTap text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.

Verizon's Get It Now wireless download service is also fully compatible with the V276. This pay-per-download service features application downloads, games and productivity tools. You can also personalize your handset with ringtone downloads and digital photo-sharing tools using the Get It Now service.

A number of handy software tools are bundled with the V276 including a voice memo recorder with up to two minutes of recording time, a calculator, a calendar and an alarm clock.

Imaging and Entertainment
Plenty of good times are built right into the V276. The phone's VGA camera supports resolution adjustment so you can choose the level of detail and memory space you want to use. Images can also be sent to your friends via MMS messaging, use them as a custom wallpaper, or use the phone's USB connection to transfer them to your PC. Embedded screensavers and full screen wallpapers are built-in so you can set up the V276 to suit your tastes. More graphics are available from Verizon's Get It Now service.

The V276 is BREW enabled, meaning it supports games written on the BREW platform. Games are also available via the Get It Now service.

Vital Statistics
The Motorola V276 weighs 3.77 ounces and measures 3.60 x 1.80 x .90 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 3.33 hours of digital talk time, and up to 150 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the AMPS 800/CDMA 800/CDMA 1900 frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Motorola V276 handset, travel charger, lithium-ion battery, user's manual, quick reference guide, welcome CD-ROM.

Product Description

The Motorola V276 delivers a sleek and stylish look while offering the latest features that allow you to keep in touch with ease. With an easy to use integrated camera, the V276 makes it a snap to shoot and send while on the go. When you want to take a break and see what's going on in the world, launch Mobile Web 2.0 to get the latest information in news, sports and weather.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Just a good basic phone that works.
Barbara A. Blackburn
Apparently all of us who made the horrible mistake of getting this phone on a contract are stuck with Verizon giving us the same bad phone again and again.
SMB
Don't buy this phone, you'll regret it.
L. Cardenas

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson on September 23, 2005
After using a Motorola V60 for two years with Verizon, I was tired of the poor performance. Although, Verizon was significantly better than my old AT&T Nokia phone and plan, the phone seemed lacking(dropped calls, poor reception, etc).

I still like Verizon as a provider and when the opportunity came to upgrade phones(every two years for free with Verizon) I jumped on this one because:

A. It is a Motorola phone

B. It has a camera(although not the best in the business)and a color display

C. It was free to me

Imagine my surprise when I found the reception quality far exceeded my expectaions. I don't drop calls anymore, the voice quality is excellent, and I just love the speakerphone function.

It is easy to use, program, and works better than I expected. I even recommended it to my girlfriend as her contract is expiring and we are both on the Verizon IN deal. We have a long distance relationship and with two V276 phones, I think our airtime conversations will be greatly improved.

As I am not a techno junkie, I stayed away from paying extra for the Motorola E815. Although, the E815 did look and sound pretty cool from the description. But, it would have been money out of my pocket and I just wanted a phone with a camera. So, if you want to spend the extra dough, go with the E815. If you want to go with the lower end, but still high quality phone, buy the V276.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on March 10, 2006
I am aware that this is not the "coolest" phone in the world, but its the most durable out of the 8 phones I have owned in recent years BY FAR!

Anyone who has Verizon service knows the lengths you have to go through to replace a damaged or defective phone! It is a very costly and frustrating process. That being said, it is important for Verizon customers to pick durable, high quality phones rather than whatever is in style.

I am VERY hard on cellphones... I drop mine nearly every day and after a year this phone still works perfectly! Its not as cool as a Razr, but I am very impressed with the durability!!!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tiny Sony on December 18, 2005
My fiance and I both bought this phone from Verizon Wirless Online. They had a great deal going on, in fact the phones were free with a 2 year contract. We are both very impressed with the phones. The battery life lasts a long while. He left his uncharged and used often for 3 or 4 days. All phones die off eventually. The camera is of good quality compared to my old V220. Neither of us needed a perfect camera. The sound is wonderful and clear. We were both impressed with the speakerphone. It is very clear and understandable. This phone is a wonderful buy and very good for anyone who is not looking for an expensive phone with an awesome camera. And although another reviewer said "You can't change the wallpaper on the intro screen unless it is a picture you take. This is a simple function to include. Shame on Motorola." we both found this to be false. We changed our backgrounds to pictures we did not take.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sue Jones on December 17, 2005
My mom got this phone several months ago. I really can't speak to all its bells and whistles because even if they were the easiest in the world, my mom still couldn't figure them out.

What I will say - the phone has EXCELLENT reception and voice clarity compared to her old verizon motorola phone.

Verizon, despite all their commercials, has pretty limited coverage in some areas, including at my mother's house in SouthEastern Michigan - right smack dab in the middle of a major city with cell phone towers everywhere. All other verizon phones do not work there either, or drop calls after 30 or 60 seconds. (Including my old Audiovox verizon phone, and those of many friends and family who have visited.) This one works just fine.

My mother's hearing is going, and she can actually understand most of the stuff that is said on it. So, that is all good.

I'm thinking of getting one too, so I can be at her house and still make cell phone calls. I'm a little wary of the reviews that say other features are hard to use - but most of my phones were hard to figure out at first...

All I really want out of a cell phone is one that works really, really well where I can't get the maximum number of bars. Most phones seem to just really poor in those situations. So, having "great menu features" seems pretty moot. These bad phones are like speaking into a bad teleconference phone that drops the first and last sylable of every thing said - and both people can't talk at the same time like on a land line phone. Once this people figure out how to make phones that don't do that, I'll be happy. So far, this Motorola V276 seems better than others I've used.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Scarlet on June 8, 2006
This past January I switched from Nextel to Verizon. While at Nextel, I had the same Motorola phone for 4 years. Not once did I ever experience a single problem with that phone.

Since joining Verizon and getting the V276, I have had my screen freeze twice and my antenna completely snap off, which is weird because I only use it when I start to lose reception. Every night I recharge my phone, mostly because I have to or else the battery will be dead in the morning because it doesn't last more than 12 hours. On SEVERAL occasions (maybe 30??) I have taken my phone from the charger in the morning noticing that the screen showed it as being completely charged and within an hour have the phone die on me because the battery went dead. On top of that, I have taken a total of 4 pictures and can only download 3 songs because my free space is completely taken up. Why do I not just delete stuff? Well, Verizon/Motorola were curtious enough to give me 30+ pictures and 10+ ringtones that cannot be deleted out of the phone. I have taken it to a Verizon Service provider (to fix the antenna that broke) and asked them to delete the pictures and they told me that they couldn't. So now I have to either delete songs I have downloaded to add more or delete pictures I have taken to add more. Honestly, I wish I would've paid money for a better phone and not just agreed to this crappy free one. I absolutely hate it and do not recommend it to anybody. I know Motorola can make good phones because I used to have one with Nextel.

I hope this review will help out another everyday consumer.
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