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Moto Razr2 V9


Jan 4, 2008, 7:42 AM
Sales Reps: What has the feedback been on this phone? Do you see it getting returned alot, and if so, what are the reasons?
It seems like a phone that needs a plush pillow to store it on when not in use Laughing

Jan 4, 2008, 8:59 AM
dude, i work for warranty.

I havent seen this phone come back all that often.

I dont know how often it is returned, asi in statistics. The phone itself is real sturdy, with vast improvements over the original RAZR and V3XX design.

I actually like this phone and i do this for a living.

Jan 4, 2008, 12:32 PM
I've just heard that this particular phone does not get more than a few hours of talk time. Is this true?

Jan 4, 2008, 12:45 PM
this is true.

its counter part for tmo has extremely great battery life. the V8

Jan 4, 2008, 5:23 PM
Anyone know if an unlocked Razr2 V8 would get better battery life than the AT&T V9?

Jan 5, 2008, 8:37 PM
The WCDMA chip in the V9 is the reason for the poor battery life. Since the V8 is just GSM only, you will have better battery life. You would have to have the phone unlocked to use it on ATTwhich means you may lose some feature functions. Check MOTOs website for unlocked versions. It wont be cheap but this is a very high quality phone in any version.

Jan 6, 2008, 7:36 AM
Well, I had the AT&T Razr2 V9 for almost three days, and if I had kept it on that 3rd day, I would have been charging it for a second time in 3 days. I didn't make any calls, sent and received less than ten text messages, and updated my address book.

It is a beautiful phone, but it needs a diehard size battery to make it through a week without charging.

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