Review: Moto RAZR
Jul 11, 2005, 1:18 PM by Eric Lin
In-depth review of Motorola's iconic RAZR V3 high-end clamshell GSM phone for Cingular and T-Mobile.
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Motorola launched the RAZR by giving it out to movie stars and other celebrities. No wonder, this phone is kindof like your average super model - killer bod, in great physical shape, but a little short on brains. If, like most celebrities, all you're doing on your phone is making calls and maybe sending a few text messages while jet-setting around town or around the globe, the RAZR is a great phone to do that with. However if you're looking for a phone capable of pleasing a personal assistant, who's stuck with all the tasks too complicated for most celebrities, the RAZR comes up short.
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