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Motorola RAZR V3 Black (AT&T)

by T-Mobile
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (324 customer reviews)


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Product Features

  • Exclusive Black Anodized Aluminum Shell
  • Ultra Thin With Feather-Touch Precision Crafted Keypad
  • Long-Range Bluetooth Capability
  • Vibrant, Beautiful Dual Color Screens
  • 4x Digital Zoom Camera

Product Description

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Thin is definitely in. At just over a half-inch thick, the Motorola RAZR V3 is the perfect combination of sleek design and powerful features. And now you can get it dressed in gorgeous black. This special edition version kicks the style up a notch and demands attention. With long-range Bluetooth, support for video playback, a VGA (640 x 480) camera and a gorgeous color screen, the RAZR V3 is everything you're looking for in a stylish mobile companion. Get the most out of your Cingular service with this impressive quad-band phone.

Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Stay connected without wires. Choose from a range of optional Bluetooth accessories.
Digital Camera
Capture your world in style. Create memorable images with the effective 4 x digital zoom and quick exposure controls.
Soft Touch Black Finish
The ultra-thin black Moto RAZR is superbly soft to touch.
Built-in Speakerphone
Keep the conversation flowing when you're busy by going hands-free. Or exchange ideas in a conference call.
MPEG4 Video Playback
Download and watch sports action and music clips. They're all beautifully displayed on the large 2.2 color display.
Design
The RAZR V3's design takes the standard clamshell form factor to the next level with an impressive, fully-anodized, black aluminum construction. A large 176 x 220 color display with 262,000 colors dominates the inside of the top cover. The outside cover of the handset sports a supplementary 96 x 80 full-color display that can display pictures, time, call information, battery and signal strength, and more. The VGA camera lens is housed above this display. Up/down buttons are placed on the left side for volume control while a voice button on the right side of the unit allows you to enter voice memos and create voice dialing profiles. Most of the phone's features and on-screen menus are controlled by a five-way center button on the handset's backlit control pad, which is precision cut from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy. A charging port and USB data cable port is placed on the bottom of the phone.

Calling Features
The RAZR V3's internal phone book can hold up to 1000 contacts while the phone's picture ID system allows you to assign pictures to your most common callers. It also supports polyphonic ringtones as well as MP3 ringers, allowing you to use portions of your favorite songs to alert you to incoming calls. A number of ringtones come preloaded on the phone and more ringtones can be downloaded from Cingular Wireless' MEdia service. There's even an included application, MotoMixer, that lets you mix your own ringtones. For times when you want to be discreet, there's a vibrating alert. A built-in speakerphone makes it easy to talk without having the phone to your ear while voice activated dialing makes calling your friends, family and associates as easy as saying their names.

Because the RAZR V3 is Bluetooth enabled, wireless headsets can be configured with the phone for total handsfree operation.

Messaging, Internet and Tools
The RAZR V3 is a messaging and wireless Internet powerhouse. Support is built in for sending and receiving pictures, text, graphics, sound and video via messages. When used in combination with the phone's built-in still and video camera, MMS opens up a whole new world of messaging fun. Instant messaging is also supported via AOL Instant Messenger and the phone ships with a built-in email client with support for POP3, IMAP4 and SMTP protocols (Cingular messaging charges apply). There's also a built-in web browser for MEdia downloads and mobile web browsing. Cingular's MEdia service lets you receive and send emails, read news headlines, get weather updates, download games and ringtones, and more. iTap text entry, which is a technology that makes it easier for people to enter words and text on handsets, is built into the unit-- a plus for mobile email and text messaging users.



Thin is in: The RAZR's keypad is precision cut from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy.
Getting on the Internet is easy with the RAZR V3 as it supports Cingular's GSM-based Wireless Internet Express service. When used with a Cingular data plan and the phone's Bluetooth or USB data capability, the phone can be used as a wireless modem for laptops and PDAs.

A number of handy software tools are bundled with the RAZR V3 including a voice memo recorder, a calculator with currency converter, a calendar and an alarm clock. Use the phone's Bluetooth capability to set up a wireless link with a Bluetooth accessory or connect to a computer or hand-held device to exchange and synchronize data. The phone also supports the SyncML PC synchronization standard, can be used with Motorola's Mobile Phone Tools PC application to manage and synchronize contacts, calendar and other data with your PC.

Imaging and Entertainment
With 5 MB of internal memory storage, the RAZR V3 shines in the entertainment department. The phone's VGA camera features a 4x zoom, image quality options, and an auto-timer so you can be in your pictures, too. Capture stills and then send them to your friends via MMS messaging or email, or to your PC via USB or Bluetooth. The phone is capable of MPEG4 video playback when you receive a video message, or if you upload video to the phone via USB or Bluetooth. The RAZR V3 also supports custom graphics for wallpapers so you can dress up the phone to suit your fancy.

Support for gaming is built into the phone and games are available for download via the Cingular MEdia service.

Operating the RAZR Battery Door
The RAZR V3's battery cover is designed to have a very tight fit with the phone case. You may need to use your fingernail or a very thin instrument to depress the small battery cover release button. When replacing the cover, make sure the cover securely snaps into place before operating the phone.

Vital Statistics
The Motorola RAZR V3 weighs 3.35 ounces and measures 3.86 x 2.09 x .54 inches. Its lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 6.67 hours of digital talk time, and up to 250 hours of digital standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS frequencies. The phone comes with a one year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
RAZR V3 handset, lithium-ion battery, travel charger, user's manual.

Product Description

The Moto Razr V3 is expertly crafted to deliver exceptional performance. Inside the ultra-thin design are advanced features like MPEG4 video playback, Bluetooth® wireless technology, a digital camera and more. And with the precision-cut keypad, minimalist styling and metal finish, the V3 looks just as beautiful as it performs. The real difference is in the details. See who’s calling, in color, without opening your phone — the large internal display is complemented by an impressive external display. The precision-cut metal keypad reacts to the lightest of touches. And the features you can't always see are equally impressive, like quad-band GSM — for global calls where GSM network coverage and roaming agreements are present.

Product Details

Product Manual [1.96mb PDF]

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews
196 of 207 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great functional phone! September 5, 2005
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First and foremost what I look for in a cell phone is functionality. In that I mean its abilities to make and recieve calls.

I've read that this Razr recieved the most sophisticated antenna ever put into a Moto phone. I believe that hands down. I rarely lose a signal and calls sound near perfect most of the time.

The camera is good, not great, but good. Much, much better than my old Sanyo SCP-8100 (Sprint). The digital zoom works flawlessly and leaves no pixelation when zoomed (a common problem with dig. zooms) very clear. A friends Sanyo SCH-a670 leaves great pixelation when zoomed. Better software in the Moto I assume.

Speaking of software I highly recommend the Moto Phone Tools 3.0! I bought this with my Razr because I knew I wanted to pimp my phone to the max. It works awesome! All those MP3 ringtones I use to Download for $3 a pop - gone. I make my own wallpapers and MP3 ringtones now. For free. Plus when you plug the phone to your USB port on your PC it also acts as a charger! Charging the battery as you load media onto your cell.

The bluetooth works flawlessly as well. I bought the Motorola HS850 headset. The calls are crystal clear. You could answer and make calls while never opening your phone. The voice dialing works superbly on the Razr.

This is a quad (4) band GSM world phone. You could go to Japan and use this thing.

*EDIT* this phone STILL works awesomely. It has been handed down to another family member and then rehanded down to another family member. It continues to be a true Die-Hard! Like the Toyota of cell's - but without the sticky throttle thing. :P

This Razr could also be used as a modem to connect you laptop or desktop to the internet. Anywhere theres a GSM signal. A nice feature I thought.
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5 of 0 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Got to get the black January 29, 2007
By Quaker
The RAZR isn't the white-hot pay-through-the-nose product that it once was, and other ultra-thin phones have come out since, but the titanium casing is still the standard for fashion, and the black is just timeless. Add to that the price of a big fat $0 with a Cingular contract when you order through Wirefly, and what's not to like?
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Works with Cingular-blue/AT&T! Great phone! August 16, 2005
I am a Cingular Blue customer, i.e. former AT&T customer rolled into Cingular billing, but with my old AT&T sim card.

I bought this phone a couple weeks ago. The phone did not work out of the box with my AT&T sim card, it kept booting to a screen that asked for a password. That was a bummer, as I really wanted to keep my great AT&T calling plan. So, after a little research, I found a non-branded cell phone store (privately owned, not T-Mobile, Cingular, etc.) where they did instant unlocking for a very reasonable fee (around twenty bucks).

That did it! After 5 minutes and pocket change, my phone was unlocked and worked with my AT&T sim card. And, now I can put *any* sim card in the phone, not just Cingular/AT&T. So, for example, any European or American pay-as-you-go sim will work. Very cool.

As for the phone itself - I love it. I have been using cell phones since the early 90's, when minutes were measured in dollars, and this phone is the *best* phone I've had. Great size, great features, great reception. Bluetooth. Speakerphone. Highly customizable interface. MP3 ringtones. Compact. Huge, bright color screen inside, and nice color screen outside.

One of the easiest to open foldable phones. For example, the seam between the two halves lets you slip a finger in to flip the phone open quite easily. I loved my old V60 years ago, but my main complaint about that was you *had* to use two hands to open it. When it was closed it was too smooth to flip open with one hand. The Razr allows one handed flip - very cool.

Don't worry about the battery life warnings. My phone easily goes a couple days with regular use, and many days with just a little use.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful
By RuMo
The phone looks good and has a great design. Here are the negatives. It falls short on features that other cheaper phones has to offer. Navigating the software is slow. I don't understand why a company like Motorola didn't include numbering the selection features so navigating is faster and easier. You always have to scroll for the selection features you want. This is very annoying. The Razor has a big screen, but all the feature selections text is small. Only when you dial a phone number is the text easy to read. The wallpaper is in both the exterior and the interior. You can't have two separate wallpaper. The wallpaper is tinted when you make feature selections in the background making it very hard to view the text. This is the most annoying. Only when you select no wallpaper on both the exterior and the interior can you view the text and the external clock better. The camera phone could be better. My other cheaper phone took better pictures. And when you are talking on the phone and you need to give someone a phone number from your cell phone book, you can't.

Here are the positives: The ring tones are loud and not distorted. The speaker phone sounds good. The calendar works great. You can reorder the feature selections. I like the key pad. The alarm clock feature is excellent as you can set more than one with different ring tones. The alarm and calendar also work when you turn off the phone. I discovered this one afternoon at a movie theatre. I tuned off my cell phone out of respect for my fellow movies goers and, RING! RING! RING! The alarm came on right in the middle of the movie.

Despite its short comings, I'll live with it until a better phone comes along.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Purchased a while back
I purchased this item a while back, but I remember that it was great item. I would definitely recommend it. After 10 years, I still have ATT.
Published 6 months ago by CAP76
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Phone, Read this!
I held off getting a Moto-V3 for several months,because of the bad reviews i have read about it. Even the sales Reps. at my provider wouldn't recomend it! Read more
Published on July 27, 2007 by Amos W. Risinger
2.0 out of 5 stars I'm glad I got insurance when I bought this phone
In the Spring of 2006, the service contract on my phone and my husband's phone were ending, and I wanted to replace my old Samsung (I forget what model now), which had been buggy... Read more
Published on July 17, 2007 by D. A. St Hilaire
1.0 out of 5 stars cheap motorola krap
I bought this phone as a secondary phone for my tenants to get in touch with me. So I only would use it maybe 3 or 4 times a month. Read more
Published on July 5, 2007 by Kurupt
2.0 out of 5 stars I hate this phone!!!
It might look cool but it has really bad reception!!! It buzzes in my ear when I talk to someone!!!
Published on June 23, 2007 by D. A. Kern
2.0 out of 5 stars Severely flawed phone, regardless of how popular.
I was encouraged to upgrade to this phone (from a Nokia phone) because of its features. After a month of use, I find this phone almost unacceptable. Read more
Published on May 29, 2007 by Montgomery A. Lee
2.0 out of 5 stars way too outdated but can't complain too much for being paid for using...
If somebody thinks this phone to be top of the line in 2005, I wont be surprised, but if it's said in year of 2007, I can't help but laughing. Read more
Published on May 17, 2007 by David
2.0 out of 5 stars don't make the same mistake as me
i used to love motorola clamshell phones. i used to have the original star-tac, i even loved my v-60. HOWEVER. the RAZR was such a disappointment. Read more
Published on April 30, 2007 by liz stewart
1.0 out of 5 stars Utterly awful
There's only one good thing about this phone: it is well-shaped. It fits in your pocket nicely. Otherwise, my god is this awful. Read more
Published on April 16, 2007 by Andrew Otwell
2.0 out of 5 stars Beauty and no brain
This phone, and all the other versions of V3, stores the same contacts multiple times. i.e. same name with cell, home, work and email address would be stored as 4 different... Read more
Published on April 11, 2007 by Zeeshan
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