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    sr106
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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    i dont know any info about this...
    anyhow thanks for sharing...


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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    my razr finally died



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    The best feature for me on this phone is the restrict calls festure. It allows for me to block every number that is not in my address book and they will go straight to voicemail. This allows me to keep those annoying 800 calls from bothering me.



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    this topic is good,i am peter holy from onvon.com ,if you want to know more about cellphone .contact me freely .
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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Rapmastac1 View Post
    Well, it has been more than my promised two weeks (as stated in my previous review) But the more time I spend with my razr, the best review I can give, so here I go.

    So, last time I gave the phone a pretty good round, what with it's moddablity, games, video support, ease of use and such...

    Well, now I have had the phone for more than a few months, and I am ready to tell you exactly what I think of it.

    The Motorola Razr is the best phone I have ever used (I did a few phones during this time, so...) It is like Mac says "It Just Works". I mean, it's got a super long battery life, I have had it running good for a week without a recharge, and it's still says full (I turn it off at night, which greatly helps it's life, why have it on when you don't need it???).

    Using the phone with the PC involves some work, but works well. Modding it is very easy, and putting games on it is a challenge, but once you have done one game, you have done them all. I like this feature, becuase I buy these games and having to erase everything off my phone sucks, cuz I have to buy those games again, well not anymore becuase I can hve them backed up to my pc, and get them with ease. Using the Razr with a mac is so easy. I don't know about games tho, but simply dragging and dropping files to the Razr is the hardest part, and that is wayy easy. It connects through bluetooth, so file transfers are kinda laggy, but hey, I deal.

    The phone's reception is terrific on my T-Mobile network. Although internet browsing on it can be very very slow, and not worth 6 bucks a month, you can surf the net nonetheless. The volume on this phone is great too, unlike the previous phone I had, as discussed in my first review of this phone.

    The phone is said to be very "breakable" in a sense. Well, it's thin, what do you expect. Well, I have sat on it a few times, and I can tell you, you will notice ur sitting on it before it breaks (although I'm not very heavy, so I dunno) And I have (I know, this makes me sound like a total loser) I have lost my phone. I had it in my pocket for easy access (half sticking out) And I guess it fell out in front of our door. So when I wanted to make a call, I couldn't find it, so I picked up my phone and dialed my cells number, then I hear my ring, walking down the hallway, lol. My grandma picked it up outside on the front doorstep. It has a few scratches, but not too bad (And that darned little piece of dust is still in the middle of the freakin' screen is driving me freakin insane, it's just there, people tell me not to look at it, but it doesn't help cuz I know that it's still there) But the phone survived the fall, and being in over 100 degree temps for almost a half an hour sitting in the sun on my doorstep. So yes, the phone is pretty durable.

    So, over my overall use, this phone has served me very well, and if it every dies, I will get another one. So I give this phone a freakin 9.899. Why???

    Cuz, it's a

    RAZR, nuff said.

    i hate the razr



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    which kind of motorola is suitble for girls?



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    My Razr V3 worked fine for a couple of years then suddenly died. No warning. Would not power up. I pulled the battery for a few hours and tried again. Still no luck. Finally I moved the sim chip to my wife's razr in order to keep going at work. A few days later, I picked up my old phone and pressed the power button. It came right up and has worked fine for several days. Any explanation?



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    I forgot to mention that the battery is fine. I'm still stumped



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    I like the Palm 755p better!



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    Re: Motorola Razr V3 Review Part 2

    Well here is an update for you guys here at the CellPhoneForums. After almost exactly two years of using my Razr, it finally died. I dropped it while in a video store and the battery got shifted around and the positive and negative terminals came into contact. Killed the phone instantly.

    This was just in time for my upgrade so it wasn't so bad.

    I didn't get another Razr, I liked mine but it had some issues that came up over its life. The OS was so slow, it took forever to load up anything. The dust under the screen made it difficult to see and it was impossible to see in the day light.
    The battery life was decent so I got a newer battery in March, that helped but not for too long.

    I have gotten a Blackberry Curve 8320 to replace the Razr. I'm going into management positions and I need something to keep me organized. So far I am loving it, but I still do miss my Razr.
    Live life to the fullest. Even if full is over 3.75 a gallon! (Wow, I wrote this two years ago, and that is when I was paying 2.35 a gallon, I now pay 3.50!)



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