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Motorola Razr

Razor Phone (Razr)

The Motorola RAZR ("RAZR" pronounced "razor"), at 13.9 mm thick, is an unusually thin clamshell camera phone, with the most popular V3 model released in November 2004. The phone was initially regarded as an exclusive fashion phone, with a high price of $500 with service agreement. However, in 2005 the phone entered the mass-market as a mid-priced phone. As of February 2006, the phone markets in the UK for £89.99, in Australia for $299 from Virgin Mobile, in Mexico for $2999 from Telcel, in Canada for $449.99 (99.99 with a 3-year contract), and in the United States for $99.99 after rebate (from T-Mobile and Cingular Wireless, the original US carrier for the RAZR), making it an upper end-budget phone.

Two of the phone's most characteristic features are its thinness and the positioning of its internal antenna at the base below the mouthpiece.

By July 2005 Motorola reported to analysts that the RAZR V3 was the most popular clamshell in Europe, something that it owes almost entirely to its distinctive looks and small size. It was one of the first phones to have a 2.2 inch (diagonal) LCD screen which supports 262,000 colors.

Motorola released a CDMA version of the RAZR for Verizon Wireless, US Cellular, and ALLTEL on November 21, 2005, called the RAZR V3c. The V3c was adopted by Canadian carriers Bell Mobility and Telus Mobility in February 2006. Changes in the CDMA version include a slightly thicker form factor (primarily due to a "bulge" around the camera lens), more internal memory (30 MB), a higher resolution 1.3 megapixel camera, and CDMA20001xEV-DO support. However, the V3c has a 2.2 inch internal screen which only supports 65,536 colors, and the weight has increased from 95 g to 99 g. Functionality was also restricted in the V3c version to disable OBEX file transfer on Verizon models thus allowing only ring tones and other files to be purchased instead of loaded using OBEX as in other Razr versions.

Motorola has also announced the Motorola V1150, which was renamed as the Motorola RAZR V3x, a phone with two cameras and support for microSD. The phone is not the successor; Motorola has confirmed that "RAZR V3x" is simply a new name for the existing V1150 and the phone will not be released in the US.

As of March 10, 2006, the companies Cingular Wireless and T-Mobile USA temporarily stopped selling the Razr, Motorola's flagship cell phone, due to a technical glitch that caused the phone to drop calls or shut down. [1] The glitch has since been fixed by Motorola.

source: wikipedia.org

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