Months before my current cell phone plan expires, I like to begin diligently researching my options by checking out all the plans and models out there. The Motorola RAZR V3 Camera Phone has caught my attention as it has features currently not found on my Samsung device and at a price that can't be beat. Please stay with me as I explain what I have learned about the RAZR V3.
The RAZR V3 gets it name from its unique size. If you were to "buy a vowel" you would understand that RAZOR stands for razor thin. It has to be one of the flattest phones I have ever seen! The shell of this device is made of anodized aluminum, giving it a solid, almost "pricey" feel to it. In addition, important features of the unit include:
A digital camera with 4x zoom and quick exposure controls
MPEG Video 4 Playback; you'll like the screen as it is 2.2" in size!
A built-in speaker phone
You also get some nice "extras" with the RAZR V3 including:
5MB internal memory
Extensive email support
This "small wonder" weighs just 3.35 oz. and is roughly 3" x 2" in size. It is simply amazing all that Motorola can stuff into a unit so tiny!
Happily, I have found out that my current cell phone provider, Cingular Wireless, is offering the phone. I have been satisfied with Cingular's service ? very few dropped calls, lots of subscribers now that AT&T has been brought into the fold ? so that saves me the trouble of switching. Even better is a recent offer to make the Motorola RAZR V3 available to subscribers for free after rebates! Sure, you have to sign up for the two-year plan, but in exchange you get a really cool phone. You will need to check with Cingular to see if the offer still stands and if there are any other restrictions in place.
I still have several months left on my current contract but I'll keep the Motorola RAZR V3 camera phone at the top of my list of models. I think you will agree with me that this device has everything that you need in a cell phone and at a price that cannot be beat.
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