The Motorola RAZR V3c went on sale at Verizon early December. Our review partner Designtechnica took it through the paces and published a review.
"Unless you've been living in Antarctica, you know and probably crave a Motorola RAZR. No other cell phone looks more at home in our futuristic view of the 21st century as the art-techno RAZR, which has made it the world's most popular cell phone. According to Motorola, around 13 million RAZRs have been sold worldwide.
Amazingly, that total was achieved without the phone being available from the U.S.'s second largest carrier, Verizon. That oversight has been corrected with the RAZR V3c.
Desirous Verizon customers will find their RAZR is superior to their friends proudly showing off their Cingular version, primarily because it is compatible with Verizon's broadband EV-DO network and Verizon's V CAST multimedia service.
Unfortunately, while currently cool, the VC3, priced at $199.99 with a two-year contract, may face a quick obsolescence. Verizon is due to launch a music service early in 2006, and the RAZR lacks both an external memory slot to easily import your MP3s and a stereo headset option. But if you're more concerned with impressing your co-workers than listening to music on your cell phone, the RAZR in any version is likely to remain the coolest phone around. "
Read the full Motorola RAZR V3c Review.
See also this Motorola RAZR V3c (Verizon) deal on Amazon.com.
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