Review: Motorola maxx Ve
Jun 25, 2007, 2:58 PM by Eric Zeman
Our in-depth look at Motorola's RAZR Maxx Ve shows why it is a cut above previous RAZRs. NEW: Video Tour
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The Motorola RAZR Maxx Ve sort of represents the last step between the first several generations of RAZR phones and the upcoming RAZR 2. It offers more than its predecessors did in refinements, but less than the product replacing it in just a few months. Knowing that the Maxx Ve's successor is nearly ready to hit store shelves makes it less appealing. Even so, it does offer a host of features that users in the here-and-now can appreciate.
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Keypad is not plastic
The screen is much bigger in resolution, not physical size and the keys are not plastic. I do miss the metal touch though. The black coating does make the keypad feel cheap compared to the other RAZR phones, but I love the rubberized coating on the body which is durable and more scratch resistant.
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