If the lack of Bluetooth on Motorola's V325 for Verizon was really getting you down, the previously-revealed V325i looks to be your knight in shining armor now that it's hitting store shelves. Otherwise, the phone remains relegated to one of the lower rungs in the carrier's lineup, packing a meager VGA cam, 30MB of user-accessible storage, a black-and-white external display, and 220 x 172 resolution on the primary. Kinda makes the VX8600 look like a superstar, doesn't it? Grab the V325i for a very reasonable $30 on contract. Or don't -- we won't hold it against you.

[Thanks, Michael C.]

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