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  1. #1
    Robin Colleen Moore
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    Which Motorola RAZR do I have & how much memory does it have?
    How can I tell?

    RAZR V3=GSM
    RAZR V3i=GSM
    RAZR V3x=3G & GSM
    RAZR V3C=CDMA

    Mine is the thin RAZR with the camera that takes video and pictures.
    The manual says:
    RAZR V3 GSM

    The box says:
    Model RAZR Pink GSM Type:MQ3-4411H11 V3 PINK MOT

    Of the three GSM Motorola RAZRs, which one is mine?
    How can I tell?




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  2. #2
    Sgt Thrash
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    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    Is the camera 0,3 Mega Pixel (V3) or 1,3 Mega pixel (V3i)


    Robin Colleen Moore schrieb:
    > Which Motorola RAZR do I have & how much memory does it have?
    > How can I tell?
    >
    > RAZR V3=GSM
    > RAZR V3i=GSM
    > RAZR V3x=3G & GSM
    > RAZR V3C=CDMA
    >
    > Mine is the thin RAZR with the camera that takes video and pictures.
    > The manual says:
    > RAZR V3 GSM
    >
    > The box says:
    > Model RAZR Pink GSM Type:MQ3-4411H11 V3 PINK MOT
    >
    > Of the three GSM Motorola RAZRs, which one is mine?
    > How can I tell?
    >




  3. #3
    Robin Colleen Moore
    Guest

    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    On Tue, 02 Jan 2007 18:05:03 +0100, Sgt Thrash wrote:
    > Is the camera 0,3 Mega Pixel (V3) or 1,3 Mega pixel (V3i)
    > Robin Colleen Moore schrieb:
    >> Which Motorola RAZR do I have & how much memory does it have?
    >> How can I tell?


    Given the following available "Motorola RAZR V3" cellphones:
    - RAZR V3=GSM, RAZR V3i=GSM, RAZR V3x=3G & GSM, RAZR V3c=CDMA
    - RAZR V3m=CDMA, RAZR V3im=GSM, V3xx=3G HSDPA & EDGE

    Unfortunately, the EXIF info on the pictures doesn't have a field for the
    camera name and model but it does confirm the photos are at 160 x 120
    Pixels, 320 x 240 Pixels, & 640 x 480 Pixels, and at 24 BitsPerPixel.

    On page 24 of the 106-page "Motomanual" (P/N SJJN7098C, dated September
    2006), it confirms the camera "resolution" can be set to "MMS=160x120
    pixels", "Medium=320x240 pixels", or "High=640x480 pixels" (where 640 * 480
    = 0.3 mega pixels).

    Wikipedia offers the following camera-based distinguishing features:
    - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_RAZR
    - V3 camera = 0.3 megapixels
    - V3i camera = 1.23 megapixels
    - V3x camera = 2.0 megapixels

    So, I guess I bought the Motorola RAZR V3 (just like it says on the
    package).

    Bummer. They told me it was a V3(something) in the store but all it says on
    the package is "Model RAZR Pink GSM Type:MQ3-4411H11 V3 PINK MOT").

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  4. #4
    BruceR
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    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it would
    say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status menu.

    Robin Colleen Moore wrote:
    > Which Motorola RAZR do I have & how much memory does it have?
    > How can I tell?
    >
    > RAZR V3=GSM
    > RAZR V3i=GSM
    > RAZR V3x=3G & GSM
    > RAZR V3C=CDMA
    >
    > Mine is the thin RAZR with the camera that takes video and pictures.
    > The manual says:
    > RAZR V3 GSM
    >
    > The box says:
    > Model RAZR Pink GSM Type:MQ3-4411H11 V3 PINK MOT
    >
    > Of the three GSM Motorola RAZRs, which one is mine?
    > How can I tell?






  5. #5
    Robin Colleen Moore
    Guest

    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:33:08 -1000, BruceR wrote:
    > Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it would
    > say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status menu.


    I was hoping there was a way to tell what phone it was from the telephone
    itself (not the box that the carrier put it in).

    The reason is that the store clerk told me it was a Motorola RAZR
    V3(something) and I didn't think much about it until I realized I should
    have gotten the V3i.

    Now it's too late but that's why I wanted to know what the phone was.

    Thanks!




  6. #6
    BruceR
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    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    Look under the battery. There are 2 stickers. The phone model is above
    the barcode on the lower sticker. The v3i looks different than the v3
    and has different keypad graphics. Photos of both are at
    www.motorola.com. Also, under the v3i battery door there is a slot for
    a memory card.

    Robin Colleen Moore wrote:
    > On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:33:08 -1000, BruceR wrote:
    >> Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it
    >> would say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status menu.

    >
    > I was hoping there was a way to tell what phone it was from the
    > telephone itself (not the box that the carrier put it in).
    >
    > The reason is that the store clerk told me it was a Motorola RAZR
    > V3(something) and I didn't think much about it until I realized I
    > should have gotten the V3i.
    >
    > Now it's too late but that's why I wanted to know what the phone was.
    >
    > Thanks!






  7. #7
    ACP
    Guest

    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?


    "BruceR" <razrbruce@NOgmailSPAM.com> wrote in message
    news:459cca60$0$27064$4c368faf@roadrunner.com...
    > Look under the battery. There are 2 stickers. The phone model is above the
    > barcode on the lower sticker. The v3i looks different than the v3 and has
    > different keypad graphics. Photos of both are at www.motorola.com. Also,
    > under the v3i battery door there is a slot for a memory card.
    >
    > Robin Colleen Moore wrote:
    >> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:33:08 -1000, BruceR wrote:
    >>> Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it
    >>> would say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status menu.

    >>
    >> I was hoping there was a way to tell what phone it was from the
    >> telephone itself (not the box that the carrier put it in).
    >>
    >> The reason is that the store clerk told me it was a Motorola RAZR
    >> V3(something) and I didn't think much about it until I realized I
    >> should have gotten the V3i.
    >>
    >> Now it's too late but that's why I wanted to know what the phone was.
    >>
    >> Thanks!


    How is the battery removed? I removed the battery cover but I'm not sure
    how to get the battery out. The manual is no help, it just show the
    installation procedure.

    Are there some clips holding the battery?

    Thanks....





  8. #8
    BruceR
    Guest

    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?

    Just lift the battery out by pressing gently and tilting it forward from
    the top.

    ACP wrote:
    > "BruceR" <razrbruce@NOgmailSPAM.com> wrote in message
    > news:459cca60$0$27064$4c368faf@roadrunner.com...
    >> Look under the battery. There are 2 stickers. The phone model is
    >> above the barcode on the lower sticker. The v3i looks different than
    >> the v3 and has different keypad graphics. Photos of both are at
    >> www.motorola.com. Also, under the v3i battery door there is a slot
    >> for a memory card. Robin Colleen Moore wrote:
    >>> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:33:08 -1000, BruceR wrote:
    >>>> Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it
    >>>> would say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status
    >>>> menu.
    >>>
    >>> I was hoping there was a way to tell what phone it was from the
    >>> telephone itself (not the box that the carrier put it in).
    >>>
    >>> The reason is that the store clerk told me it was a Motorola RAZR
    >>> V3(something) and I didn't think much about it until I realized I
    >>> should have gotten the V3i.
    >>>
    >>> Now it's too late but that's why I wanted to know what the phone
    >>> was. Thanks!

    >
    > How is the battery removed? I removed the battery cover but I'm not
    > sure how to get the battery out. The manual is no help, it just show
    > the installation procedure.
    >
    > Are there some clips holding the battery?
    >
    > Thanks....






  9. #9
    ACP
    Guest

    Re: Which Motorola RAZR do I have (V3,V3c,V3i,V3x)? How can I tell?


    "BruceR" <razrbruce@NOgmailSPAM.com> wrote in message
    news:459d6234$0$8970$4c368faf@roadrunner.com...
    > Just lift the battery out by pressing gently and tilting it forward from
    > the top.


    Thanks....




    > ACP wrote:
    >> "BruceR" <razrbruce@NOgmailSPAM.com> wrote in message
    >> news:459cca60$0$27064$4c368faf@roadrunner.com...
    >>> Look under the battery. There are 2 stickers. The phone model is
    >>> above the barcode on the lower sticker. The v3i looks different than
    >>> the v3 and has different keypad graphics. Photos of both are at
    >>> www.motorola.com. Also, under the v3i battery door there is a slot
    >>> for a memory card. Robin Colleen Moore wrote:
    >>>> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007 09:33:08 -1000, BruceR wrote:
    >>>>> Like the box says, it's a v3 GSM. If it were a different model it
    >>>>> would say so. The amount of memory is shown in the phone status
    >>>>> menu.
    >>>>
    >>>> I was hoping there was a way to tell what phone it was from the
    >>>> telephone itself (not the box that the carrier put it in).
    >>>>
    >>>> The reason is that the store clerk told me it was a Motorola RAZR
    >>>> V3(something) and I didn't think much about it until I realized I
    >>>> should have gotten the V3i.
    >>>>
    >>>> Now it's too late but that's why I wanted to know what the phone
    >>>> was. Thanks!

    >>
    >> How is the battery removed? I removed the battery cover but I'm not
    >> sure how to get the battery out. The manual is no help, it just show
    >> the installation procedure.
    >>
    >> Are there some clips holding the battery?
    >>
    >> Thanks....

    >
    >






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