The replacement for one of Verizon's first EV-DO V CAST phones, the VX8100, the VX8300 trades a MiniSD slot for MicroSD and adds Verizon's notoriously sketchy flavor of Bluetooth (although DUN is officially supported, so maybe we're okay here). That's about it -- the camera remains the same at 1.3 megapixels, and the VX8100's silver case is traded for a more subdued black. Available immediately for $99 with contract.

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