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Motorola RAZR V3 Pearl Gray Phone (T-Mobile)

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  • Razor-thin aircraft aluminum case
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • MPEG4 video playback
  • Built-in speakerphone
  • Digital camera with 4x digital zoom
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 1.8 x 0.9 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000ITR7QS
  • Item model number: RAZR V3 Pearl Gray
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #75,773 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2004

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.

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It sounds great and has good reception.
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There is an annoying delay when you press any menu button.
K. Smith
About three months later, my first wall charger broke.
instantkarma

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Grrgoyl on November 7, 2006
To be fair, I upgraded to the Razr from a Nokia 6101, so all my opinions are based on a comparison. In 3 words, there is none. This phone feels sturdier in my hand, is more user-friendly and has a louder earpiece than the Nokia. It comes with about 30 preset ringtones instead of Nokia's 5 or so (each lamer than the last) so I won't waste hours online trying to download a better one. The screen is larger and brighter, the battery cover is easier to remove, and the camera takes better pictures. What really bowled me over though was the text messaging program. Nokia has a "predictive" dictionary that nevertheless requires you to type out the whole word, and 5 times out of 10 "predicts" the wrong one. Moto's dictionary predicts the word before you finish typing, giving the option to skip to the end, and even displays 5 or 6 other options at the bottom of the screen to choose from. Brilliant.

This phone has probably made me a Moto customer for life.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tony DeSimone on October 14, 2006
The Motorola Razr V3 is a wonderful piece of technology. T-Mobile works great with it. I get great reception basically everywhere. Not only is the Razr a good looking cell phone but it also has amazing battery life. The speakerphone is nice and loud. Overall the Razr is a user-friendly camera flip-phone with a pleasing appearance.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By 80sGuy on December 3, 2007
First of all, the main photo from above is not a T-Mobile phone, it is obviously the V3m (made for Verizon or CDMA version) easily distinguished by the protruding 'bulging' camera -- all other gsm versions are flushed. T-Mobile Razrs have been crippled by the carrier and they also erased the most essential features that came along with this fine phone; for example, there are no options whatsoever to display either an 'analog clock' or 'mm/dd/yyyy calendar' on the screen similar to the one pictured above and another one I have. They've also replaced the rear aluminum battery door cover with flimsy plastics, somehow T-Mobile does it to all their Motorolas now!

Second: I am a die-hard Razr phone fanatic, not because the phone looks sleek and slim and what have you but most and above all, the designed ergonomics featured on this phone is excellent. The phone is very compact, the only place I seem to house it at most times is in my rear jean pocket and it hardly gets in the way. It is extremely user friendly, the keypads not only look great, but functions very well and with ease. Since then, there has been a handful of updates and newer models to the Razr line, but until I have the few extra hundreds to spare, I don't mind and continued using similar ones that I can get for free.

Although it is under the 'weak' T-Mobile GSM network, nevertheless, reception pull from this phone is still excellent. Not to pound on the carrier, but the original 'aluminum silver cladded' version that was given to me previously from Cingular Wireless (now at&t) was on a completely different level and the best Razr yet - it came readily 'unlocked' and the phone had an array of network options available should I plan on traveling internationally.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Elaine Ellerton on December 4, 2006
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I keep waiting for at least one of the numerous complaints to happen to my phone, but alas, I keep waiting (thankfully!). I have dropped it, twice, from a short distance however, but it did not break right away like other people have claimed. The interface is great, Motorola has one of the better ones. It has all the options I want on it although there are a lot of them and it can be confusing at times. However, if you use the manual you'll get the most out of it. It sounds great and has good reception. I also like that it is wider then most phones so I don't have to press it to my ear. I can hear fine with just a corner of the phone to my ear which is a lot more comfortable. As for T-mobile service, I have been with them for 4+ years and have never had a complaint. They have they the best plans and the best customer service.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By paulina on November 20, 2006
I just got this version of Razr V3 (a myfaves model) as a replacement for an older silver V3. This phone restarts (reboots) when it is receiving, reading, or deleting certain text messages. Motorola and T-Mobile cannot figure out why. This is my second pearl gray of this model, both exhibited the same problem. I am receiving a third from T-Mobile soon, hopefully that one will work.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By instantkarma on January 11, 2007
I bought the RAZR v3 a year ago because of its stylishness. I have to admit I was swept up in the trend.

A couple things were disappointing right away:

-Lack of features. The V3 really is a basic phone. You can't even search the phone book by more than the first letter. It lacks any of the fun little goodies other, similar phones have.

-Poor reception. I'd drop calls or get no reception in places where my friends with T-mobile (but different phones) came in loud and clear.

-Poor speaker quality. Using the phone in anything but a silent room was almost impossible. Even at the loudest volume, the speaker was too quiet when out and about. I had trouble hearing in restaurants, at concerts, even just sitting in the car with the window down. The microphone volume was low too, as many of my friends complained about how quiet I was.

-Speakerphone. It was so quiet, it was basically unusable.

-Voice record, but no customizable ring tones. Honestly, why include a voice recorder if you can't set them as ring tones? Granted, that is a rare feature.

-Lack of smaller stuff, like stopwatch.

I did like the look, and it was easy to navigate. The navigation was very customizable, and I really liked the ability to reset the functions of the soft keys.

However, this all wasn't even the worst of it. About three months later, my first wall charger broke. I figured I had shorted it out or something, so I just bought a new one (at $30). Fine and dandy. Another 4 months down the road, THAT charger broke. At this point, I'd started hearing from my friends with RAZRs (they'd become ubiquitous by now) that their chargers were going out too.
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