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Review: Motorola RAZR V3c

Motorola RAZR V3C

Motorola has released the latest version of their wildly successful RAZR line of phones just in time for the Holiday Season.

So how does the V3c stack up against its predecessor?


Mobiledia: The team at Mobiledia has done the first in depth review of the production version of the V3c stating that, “Compared to the RAZR V3, the V3c is considerably better, improving both internal and external LCDs, the built-in camera, MP3 playing capabilities, and adding EV-DO broadband access. Keeping its slim profile, the V3c holds the sleek and aesthetic style that made the RAZR-line so popular to begin with.”

Mobileburn: Using a preproduction model back in August, Mobileburn writes – “while I am not going to go into details, since this is an early version of the device, I can say that the V3c I used seemed to perform better than my V710 when it came to reception and audio quality. This is great news considering that the V3c lacks the V710’s external stub/whip antenna. The Bluetooth system seemed to work quite well in my initial tests as well.


* Exclusive steel grey anodized aluminum shell with a distinctive ultra-thin profile
* Innovative nickel-plated copper-alloy chemically-etched keypad with illumination panel
* Large internal and external color displays
* Integrated 1.3-megapixel camera with 8X Zoom and photo album application
* Bluetooth Class 1 wireless technology for hands-free connectivity
* 22kHz polyphonic speaker with MP3 player and ringer support
* Speaker-independent voice recognition with full-duplex speakerphone
* Messaging via Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS), IM Wireless Village and email (POP3, IMAP4, SMTP)
* 3D graphics engine for gaming
* BREW 3.1 support for application, ringer, wallpaper, graphic and game downloads
* WAP 2.0 compliant browser with EV-DO for high-speed data transmission

Bottom Line: Again, the V3c has just been released – so information is scarce. However, early reviews and previews from editors and the general public have been positive. So far so good. We will be sure to keep you up to date on the RAZR V3c as information becomes available.

Posted by Sean


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