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The Motorola W377 is an entry-level flip phone, nearly identical to the W375.

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easy to put contacts in and get all your preferences set

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gets great reception almost anywhere, and calls don't drop

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simple operation, great for when you want something easy to use without distracting extras

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easy to set up and activate on most networks

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very solidly built, feels sturdy and the hinge doesn't creak

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very slim design, fits comfortably in any pocket

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.

sometimes a long wait to connect to the network when you first turn it on

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instruction book is very brief, doesn't even cover working with the phone book

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.


The Motorola W377 is an entry-level flip phone, nearly identical to the W375. It is still tri-band receptive and has the exact same dimensions, camera, built-in FM radio, external indicators and mp3 playback. Its only updates include a large increase in memory size, up to 10MB from 1.5MB, and the inclusion of Bluetooth wireless technology to allow for wireless headset or headphone use. The increased memory also means that the W377 can hold up to 500 contacts in its phone book, as opposed to only 100 in the W375. Battery length is roughly the same.



  • Release Date: September 2007
  • GSM 900/1800/1900 or 850/1800/1900 in North America
  • 65k TFT color screen
  • VGA camera with 4x digital zoom
  • 10MB internal memory
  • Plays mp3 ringtones
  • Downloadable content
  • SMS, EMS, MMS service
  • T9 predictive text
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • WAP 2.0/xHTML Internet browsing
  • Built-in FM radio receiver and headphone jack
  • Up to 7.5 hour talk time battery life
  • Multiple colors available (pink, orange, black, silver)
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