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Verizon's Motorola VU30 scores FCC approval

Chris Ziegler

Last we'd heard, Verizon had wanted to get this puppy out the door before the month was over, and one corner that you just can't cut no matter how hard you try is FCC approval. Fortunately, little formality's been cleared up for the Moto VU30 -- and while there could very well be other hardware / software / production issues holding up its release for all we know, we can at least say with confidence that they can't toss the blame over to the feds. It's got a 2-megapixel cam, EV-DO, stereo Bluetooth, and one of those trick external touchscreens Motorola's really been into as of late, so it'll be a decent midrange option once it drops.

[Via Phone Scoop]

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