Further to the last post about the Motorola V3, Reuters has an article about a new partnership between Apple and Motorola.
Apple Computer Inc. will make a slimmed-down version of its iTunes jukebox software that No. 2 cell phone maker Motorola Inc. will install on some wireless phones it will start selling in the first half of 2005, the companies said on Monday.
Very interesting. Reuters also had something to say about the V3, with some specifics about that funky Star Trek style keypad:
Another new phone Motorola displayed was the sleek RAZR V3, a metal-clad GSM flip phone that includes an integrated digital camera, color screen and a chemically etched keypad created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy. It is slightly larger than a half-inch thick, as wide as a credit card and weighs less than 3.5 ounces.