What’s in a name? Everything, it would seem, when it comes to standing out in a crowd. Meet Motorola’s Rapture Cell phone designed specifically to appeal to the fickle demands Verizon Wireless customers.

The Motorola Rapture VU30 stands alone among a sea of imitators. Its unique design and jewel-tone color sets it apart from others of its ilk. This device supports Bluetooth A2DP-Source, AVCTP, AVDTP, AVRCP-Target, BIP-ImagePush, BPP-SenderDev, DUN-GW, FT-Server, GAP, GAVDP, Headset-AG, HFP (1.5) AG, OPP-Client and OPP-Server profiles.

As if by magic, with one single touch, the external on the Motorola Rapture VU30 vanishes and a display is illuminated for easy access to music and photos. Whether the user is in the mood to sync to a PC, capture a special moment in time, purchase songs over the air or download tunes, the Motorola Rapture VU30 is “at your service.” Its smooth zoom feature simulates the experience of a digital camera.

The Rapture’s onyx-like finish and beveled edges give it a sporty look that’s matched by a sturdy feel in the hand. Sleek and pleasing to the eye, the flip phone is only available in black, but its varied textures make it appear two-toned. The Motorola Rapture weighs only 3.4 ounces and is available with service through Motorola for $19.95.

Is this cool Motorola Rapture cell phone for you?

I would say get it now while the supply lasts.

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