Motorola RAZR V3
before you dehydrate from drooling over the V3...
But's let's not kid ourselves - here's a few things it does NOT have:
1. MP3 Player
2. Expandable/removable memory
3. Headset jack (yes - I know it has Bluetooth - read on)
4. Decent battery life (Moto rated 2 hrs of talktime!?!?!?!)
5. A simple charging method - the mini-USB adaptor to power/charge the phone looks destined to be easily lost.
To me - this phone was clearly designed for LOOKS, not a moderate to heavy phone user. If you read the mobile-review.com review ( link is already posted several times on the message board), the battery life sucks on this thing. And the 1-2 hour talktime rating gets wors...
I'M NEW TO THIS -- & A LITTLE SLOW
I hear it's not for anyone on a budget. That has to be pricey----
When the hell is the 3rd quarter 2004 ??
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long range bluetooth?
Wouldn't this make it a little easier to hack without being noticed? The low range of bluetooth as is makes it kinda tough to not be seen within 30 ft. of someone.
Verizon and the Razr
revolutionary or gimmick?
We're seeing materials and designs that have never been used in cell phones before. Aircraft aluminum, chemical etched touchpad keyboard, thinnest design ever used on a working mobile phone, etc.. I may be wrong (and kindly correct me if I am) but we saw similar things when Nokia introduced the Communicator line. This release helped put Nokia at the top of the game, but it never truely caught on as the future of cellular communication. The materials and techniques used to construct this phone ar...
Actual Photos, Too-
http://www.mobile-review.com/review/motorola-v3-en.s ... »
(be sure to look at the live photo link)