Gear: Motorola Razr V3m (Verizon Wireless)


Motorola Razr V3m (Verizon Wireless)

Category: Technology & Software
Subcategory: Cell Phones
Price: $199.00 new
Average Rating:
(3 Votes)

Super-slim Motorola Razr V3m for Verizon Wireless is the perfect take-along anywhere phone. The Motorola Razr V3a comes with Bluetooth, a digital camera/camcorder, advanced voice dialing and several kinds of messaging - all in a phone that measures at less than 1/2" thick. Highlights Bluetooth Wireless Technology Less Thank 1/2-inch Thick Shell With Feather-touch Precision Crafted Keypad VGA-quality Camera Takes Fun Pictures and Videos GPS-capable Phone Can Deliver Audible Turn-by-turn Directions (Add'l Fees May Apply) Huge Color Display Inside and Outside Send and Receive Instant, Email, Text, Video and Picture Messages Advanced Voice-activated Dialing Lets You Speak A Phonebook Name To Dial The Phone What's In The Box With The Phone Digital Camera - VGA-quality (640 x 480 Pixel Resolution Max), 4x Digital Zoom Bluetooth Wireless Technology - Yes, Supports Headset, Handsfree As Well As SPP, DUN Profiles Video Capture / Camcorder - Record And Send Short Video Clips To Friends, Up To 15 Seconds Length GPS Services Support -GPS Locator Built-in, Supports Location-based Services Applications Voice-driven Menus - Advanced Voice Recognition Requires No Phone Pre-training Data Capable / Use This Phone As A Modem PC Synchronization

Member Reviews

  • 100_2917_max30
    Zulu2130, Mon, 26 May 2008 01:55:32 UTC.
    1st review

    Great phone. I ran my last one over with my truck and it still worked great (I used it for another six months). Got a new one when contract ran out.

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    Anonymous, Sun, 07 Jun 2009 13:02:25 UTC.

    Good phone.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 02 Jul 2009 22:24:13 UTC.

    Good phone as long as you got the version before they started mass-producing them. This was my last phone before my current one, and I switched from Motorola to Samsung at that time. Let me just say that was a big mistake. I've always been safe with Motorolas and I'm going back as soon as I'm eligible for a new phone in September. My Samsung is on its last leg and I'm not sure if it'll make it.

    The Motorola Razr lasted me just fine, and actually was adopted by a friend when her phone ate it. Great phone but make sure you get the non-mass produced kind.

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