Motorola RAZR Review

Kate O'Brien

December 1, 2007 7:46 pm

Motorola RAZR

Motorola has been dominating the flip phones for a long time now. With the latest introduction of the RAZR V3 they have set them selves up with a grand acceptance worldwide. The clean and very thin devise an intuitive design, with features such as Bluetooth, MP3 ringtones and built-in camera.

  • Dual mode, dual band digital phone (1.9GHz & 800MHz)
  • Operates on both the Bell core network and the Bell high speed mobile network
  • Integrated digital music player (MP3) with external playback buttons
  • 60 MB internal user memory with removable microSD media storage
  • Synchronization of contacts and transfer of music/pictures via Motorola phone tools (included)
  • 2.0 megapixel camera and video camera
  • Picture/video messaging capable*
  • Bluetooth enabled. Profiles supported:
    - A2DP (Stereo Headset Profile)
    - HSP (Headset-mono Profile)
    - DUN (Dial-up Networking Profile)
    - HFP (Hands-Free Profile)
    - OPP (Object Push Profile)
    - FTP (File Transfer Profile)
    - OBEX (Object Exchange)
    - BPP (Basic Printing)
    - GAP (Generic Access Profile)
  • Mobile BrowserTM capable*
  • Download ringtones, screensavers, games and applications*
  • Dial-up networking/USB tethered data*
  • Speech-activated commands
  • 2.2″ Internal 65K QVGA colour display
  • 2.0″ External 65K QVGA colour display
  • SMS/Text messaging capable* with iTAP message input
  • Includes built in “tools” section for calculator, voice records, alarm clock, airplane mode and datebook
  • Internal antenna
  • 2-way speakerphone
  • Languages – English & French