Cebu City, Philippines (PressExposure) May 13, 2009 -- The Motorola RAZR (commonly pronounced as "razor") is one of Motorola's most successful model in mobile phone history. Because of its unique and striking appearance, the Motorola RAZR was first marketed as a fashion phone in 2004. Over its four year run since 2004, Motorola sold more than 110 million units. PC World (a renowned computer magazine) put the RAZR at #12 in The 50 Greatest Gadgets of the Past 50 Years. Since its release, Motorola has made several models succeeding the original. Here is a list of some of the most popular modes of Motorola RAZR cellular phones for sale today.
Motorola RAZR V3 Though it became a popular model in its early release, it has been discontinued in several U.S. carriers. Complaints were made about dust accumulating between the V3's plastic screen and LCD glass, possibly through an external side button. Access to the dust requires peeling off the plastic cover, usually followed by a replacement cover.
Motorola RAZR V3i The successor to the RAZR is the RAZR V3i. It addresses some of the faults of the original RAZR V3 including a better (1.23 megapixel) camera with 8x digital zoom, an improved external and internal display also support for microSD cards of up to one GB.
Motorola RAZR V3r/V3t The V3r and V3t are models sold by T-Mobile, AT&T (formerly Cingular), and Canadian cellular services such as Rogers Wireless. These cellular phones for sale are virtually identical to the V3 and V3i, except they use Motorola's Digital Audio Player instead of iTunes for music playback.
Motorola RAZR V3c On 21 November 2005, a CDMA2000 (a hybrid 2.5G/3G technology) version of the RAZR, known as the RAZR V3c, became available to Alltel, SaskTel, and Verizon Wireless users. Unlike models for Alltel and other carriers, Verizon's V3c features a proprietary user interface and disables, in software, Bluetooth file transfer capabilities. The RAZR V3c supports CDMA 2000 1xRTT and 1xEV-DO third generation wireless technologies, though this technology may not be available everywhere. It also has approximately 41.2 MB of internal memory, although only about 36 MB are available for use. The V3c does not support an expandable memory card.
Motorola RAZR V3m V3m is a CDMA version of the RAZR. As an upgrade to the V3c, it features a microSD card slot for up to 2 GB of memory expansion, a longer lasting battery, and 40MB of internal memory.
Motorola RAZR V3x Externally, it appears to be a larger RAZR V3, but with enhancements such as a 2.0 Megapixel camera. Internally, it is quite different, utilizing a different microprocessor, chipset, an Nvidia GoForce 4500 GPU, and radio ICs.
Motorola RAZR V3xx Announced in July 2006, the V3xx cellular phones for sale is a 3G Category 5/6 (3.6 Mbit/s) HSDPA and EDGE supported handset. It is extremely similar in appearance to the compact V3i design, but incorporates an improved feature set with a 1.3 megapixel camera in place of the 1.23 megapixel, 50 MB of internal memory, support for microSD and Bluetooth A2DP. Like the V3x, it is also equipped with a secondary screen and a higher resolution 240x320 pixel (QVGA) main screen.