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    Motorola V3 Razr Review
    Author: extremepc
    Date Posted:06/03/2005 13:24.52
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: The Motorola Razr phone brings great style and features to a cell phone, but is it worth the $500 pricetag?

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    Getting the Razr

    Currently, in the United States, there are two ways to get the Razr. One is to sign up with Cingular Wireless and drop $500 (much cheaper at sites like Amazon and Buy) for it, with a contract, or get it “unlocked,” with no contract, which can cost you as much as $750. As my contract with T-Mobile was over, I decided to go for the cheaper route.

    I ordered the Razr and a Cingular rate plan for $340 after a $50 rebate from I received the phone the next week, and first opening box gave me quite a shocker. There is really not much you can think when initially seeing the Razr, other then “sexy.” But more on that later.

    In the box along with the phone, Cingular doesn’t include much. I found a manual and a charger, nothing else. It also came in a boring Cingular box, while if you order it directly from Motorola, you get a fancy metal tin. I was disappointed here, Cingular! I just dropped a whole bunch of money on a cell phone, I could have at least gotten a USB cable, or even a Bluetooth headset!

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    1. Introduction
    2. Getting the Razr
    3. Design
    4. Features and Function
    5. Battery Life and Voice Quality
    6. Final Thoughts

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