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Motorola

Motorola v120T

Description:

The Motorola v120t is full-features. Some include a PIM (data book), digital TTY, Wireless Internet, voice memo, voice dialing, custom ringtones, and a large phone book.

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General Info
ManufacturerMotorola
Technology0
Data Type2G
Device TypeFeature Phone
Operating SystemNone
Physical Specifications
Height5.00 Inches
Thickness1.10 Inches
Weight4.50 Ounces
KeyboardKeypad
Display Specifications
Display Size0.00 Inches
Touchscreen Size0.00 Inches
Audio/Video Specifications
Front Camera0.00 Megapixels
Rear Camera0.00 Megapixels
Hearing Aid CompatibilityNone
Battery Specifications
Standby Time240 Hours
Talk Time120 Minutes
Memory Specifications
Internal Memory0.00 GB
Expandable Memory0.00 GB

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Average user reviews

Based on 1 Review

Overall
3
Display
3
Reception
4
Battery Life
2
Design
3
Apps
3
Display:
3
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
2
Design:
3
Apps:
3
Overall:
Review Rating: 
3

Would Recommend to a friend.

Boosting the Signal

Posted on: April 21st, 2007 by Kent Albert

The good: It lets me not roam where without the amplifier it would roam. Provides about 95% 4 bar signal strength all the time.The bad: You have to buy the amp and connect to the phone.Summary: I live in Wyoming and out here the cell towers are few and far in between. So I purchased the motorola amplifier for it. Back about 4 years ago it cost around $250-300 for the thing. I mounted the amp in a rectangular ammo can. I did this to make it portable. I added a switch to turn off the power to the amp. I also added two automobile cigarette power outlets. This allows for the cell phone to be powered by an automobile power charging cable. (At least you know the phone has full power and is being charged and ready to go when you can't use the amp. I use a magnetic mount antenna and put it on the roof of the vehicle. I run the antenna cable so as to provide a path where it will not get smashed. This is the best setup I have ever had. So when I am on the road I have no problems making calls even in between towns out here in Wyoming. I have owned other Motorola models but all were the same peanut type style which allowed for the amplifier to be used by all of models I have gone through. I am currently using for the Trac prepaid system.

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