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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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    Final Thoughts

    This phone gives probably one of the best examples of form over function. The price of this phone is solely because of its razor thin design, and nothing else. While it does have some nice features, phones that you can get for free with a new contract probably can compete.

    $500 for a phone is a bit outrageous. And although you may get this phone for cheaper online, walking into a Cingular store and buying this phone sill set you down $500. You can do quite a bit for $500.

    There are a few things to consider, though. Memory is limited, and isnít expandable, and the features are nothing to be wowed by. The phone is a bit wide, and the screen only supports 64,000 colors. The camera is just VGA, and the UI is horrible. If these issues are a big deal to you, then there are better phones out there that can be had for much less. However, you have to factor in the shocking and stunning design of the V3 Razr. There is no denying the fact that this is a sleek phone, and there is a premium to pay for it. If you feel that the design is worth the extra cash, then purchase it, by all means. Itís a great phone to have, even with the shortcomings. You simply need to decide whether function or form is more important.

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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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