Motorola RAZR VE20
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Top notch phone with many features & benefits
that perform at above average levels with ease. Overall functions are excellent easy to use lag time is almost totally gone. Clarity of calls exceeds most phones and reception is outstanding. This is a great phone for overall performance and everyday use.
Not Worth It
This phone is the 2nd best I ever had.
Good Call Hearing
Could have made it so you could put ringtones on the Memory Card.
Battery Life could be longer.
Able to set the Assigned ringtone for contact to include when text.
More room for the Clear Button.
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This Phone is terrible
Not many, you can edit pictures, add text, has 3.5 ear phone jack.
- Freezes a lot of the time, doesnt want to send text messages, takes too long to erase messages, restarts for no reason, drops calls when I have a good signal.
This is the US Cellular version.
I switched from the LG Rhythm, and regret it, the LG Rhythm was much better.
Paying to get out of contract early so I can swith to the new power phone, the HTC Touch Pro.
My irritation with Motorola on this phone was immediate. It freezes up, inexplicably shuts off/restarts. It also has very slow navigation.
It is hard to understand how they could take the RAZR, a perfectly good phone and run it into the ground with "updates".
I'm on my second one from Alltel and am having the same problems as the first.
I will say that several features are nice.
-2.0 camera takes great pictures and videos
-the sound quality is fantastic for music
-very nice appearance
-calls are crystal clear
-Bluetooth is fairly easy to pair and works great
but, as you may have guessed, the cons are heavy-
-shuts off and/or restarts randomly
-slow navigation-the cute little screen transitions just slow everything down
- the Celltop "convenience" feature takes forever, cheaper phones (like the LG) are quicker
-keys are confusing for texting
-battery life is terrible, lasts a day or two with only moderate use
-side keys can only be used for volume adjustment when the phone is open
All in all, the nice features of this Motorola are overshadowed by the frustration of random restarts and frozen screens.
It's like having a car that runs great but has no wheels.
Do not buy this phone.
didnt like it
i had this phone with alltel, and really just didnt like it, there are just a couple of things that were good about it like the call and sound quality, reception, and music player, everything else to me wasnt very good, i dont recommend it
call quality is excellent
ringer/music player are loud
battery life is terrible, only get 8 hours on full charge, with very little use
when sending text you have to hold the send button which gets aggravating
phone is slow
the phone has a lag everytime you hit a button
memory card slot under the battery
its not a bad phone, i wanted to like it but just really hated it, i guess if you want a phone to just talk and play music this would be a good phone but i just dont recommend it
Don't waste your money
I got this phone about three weeks ago and am extremely disappointed. The touch screen would be a cool feature if it had more than two functions. I never use it! I am constantly hitting the voice command button when closing the phone which is annoying. As I said I have had the phone for three weeks and I am already on my second one. The first one I got had a defective battery which was replaced after 1 day. I also had problems with it turning itself off, deleting random text messages instead of the oldest ones, and frequently freezing. The speaker quality is pretty good which was my main complaint with my last phone the Katana. The buttons are flush with the face of the phone which makes it awkward for even an expert texter (about 5,000 a month). Also the raised bumps on the buttons make my fingers sore! lol I will probably be getting a new phone after the new year begins.
Pros: Great speaker quality
expandable memory option
Cons: awkward layout of features
technical problems after 1 day
*see above review
Razr VE20 aka Freeze Master
I recently purchased the Razr VE20 from Sprint. I have heard that Motorola has had a problem with it's Razr telephones but I decided to give the new VE20 version a try. I activated the phone with Sprint and attempted a software update. That was as much as I was able to do. The telephone froze up like a pop sickle. Now I have to return the brand new telephone to Sprint.
The Pros: The phone looks nice.
The cons: I never got to use it because it froze up like a deer in the headlights.
I hope this will help others make a decision about purchasing the Motorola VE20.