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Motorola RAZR V3t  Phone, Black (T-Mobile)
 
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Motorola RAZR V3t Phone, Black (T-Mobile)

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3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews) 3 answered questions


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Technical Details

  • myFaves Compatible Device With a myFaves Plan
  • Aircraft-grade Aluminum Shell And Etched Precision-crafted Keypad
  • Less Than & Inch Thick And Amazingly Light
  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • 1.3 Megapixel Digital Camera Takes Print-quality Stills

Product Details


Product Description

We've added more blades to the RAZR. The RAZR V3t features an MP3 player, megapixel camera, and memory card slot in addition to the standard RAZR features including Bluetooth® connectivity and video playback. A new spun-metal finish updates the distinctive ultra-thin profile for a look that's extra sharp.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great improvement over my previous Motorola phone May 14, 2007
The phone is wonderful and the built in MP3 player is not so wonderful. I will review the phone and then review the MP3 player's problems and good points.

THE PHONE:

My previous phone was a Motorola V330 -- the blue one. After almost 2 years, I lost it. Now, I'm glad I did. The V330 had many good features, which are continued here. It also had many problems which are rectified by this new phone.

The good features which are carried over:

1. Clamshell design with big color screen with SVGA quality
2. Bluetooth for wireless headset
3. Built in speakerphone
4. Voice activated dialing with the touch of a button, including with bluetooth
5. 1.3 megapixel camera with 8X digital zoom
6. AIM Instant Messaging
7. Plays JAVA games
8. Internet and instant messaging
9. Large memory capacity, including micro SD memory expansion, which can store lots of pictures, video and games.
10. You can purchase software to help u/l and d/l pictures, ringtones, etc. directly from your computer.
11. Most thematic elements can be changed including Polyphonic ringers, wallpaper, screensavers, etc.

IMPROVEMENTS OVER THE V330:

1. The phone book has been reorganized so that there is now one entry for each name, and then a subdirectory for each of the person's different phone numbers.
2. The 5 way navigation key is improved, although still a bit difficult to use due to the flat keyboard.
3. The "call" and "hang-up" keys are now properly backlit so that it is possible to see them at night.
4. The hands-free voice dialing on the V330 required you to record a sample of the name. It would only dial by name. And usually, it would not understand you. The RAZR uses voice recognition/phonetics.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A slight upgrade makes the RAZR even better December 8, 2006
The new V3t retains the same ultra-thin, ultra-cool form factor (together with the funky keypad) but adds a few features. (BTW, these features have been available on the Verizon CDMA version for at least 6 months or more.) You can now play MP3s from flash memory; the sound quality is decent for casual listening. I personally find the black color scheme just insanely cool. Call quality is excellent, a strong point in the latest Moto phones. Where there's adequate T-Mobile coverage, reception quality is above-average -- much better than Cingular in any case, IMHO.

Data-wise, the v3t supports EDGE, which I believe the 2.5G data network on the GSM networks run by T-Mo and Cingular. I don't use data as the plan is expensive, plus I already have the Sidekick 3 which uses the much slower GPRS data network. But, as a fan of MSN Messenger, I'm glad to see the v3t now supports this great IM client.

T-Mo's coverage is good in metro areas and spotty in rural areas. Where T-Mo, owned by the German telecom company, really shines is customer service. I get through quickly to a live person each time and they speak English with little Indian accent and genuinely try to help you. T-Mo's phone selection used to be pathetic but now with the latest Moto and Sony-Ericsson phones, they are really worth a look. The new RAZR just has to be owned, period.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sexy Phone March 23, 2007
The new BLACK T-Mobile Motorola V3T defines a "sexy" phone. I bought this phone specifically for the music player, yet the stylish slim design that the Motorola's have (unlike the formless Nokia bricks).

Pros:

- The blue-glowing Motorola symbol (that the V3's don't have)

- Very impressive signal strength and battery life (Only need to recharge 1-2 times a week)

- Black is way sweeter than the mainstream silver (although the Dragon tattoo is pretty nice)

- Setting Songs from your microSD as a ringtone (though it is a little tricky to figure out. You need to transfer the ringtone from your microSD to your phone's RAM via "Switch Storage Device")

- Cool MyFaves Icons to assign to each of your friends (MyFaves is where you pick your 5 favorite phone numbers and get all the calling for free). Most people call their top 5 people for 80%-90% of your minutes (prove it to yourself and check your bill). I usually have at least half of my 1000 minute plan left over now that I've switched to MyFaves.

Cons:

- Only comes with a 128 MB microSD card which holds about 35 songs. A 1GB microSD card costs about $25.

- Ships with mono headphone jack (not 2 ear headphones)

- Non-standard headphone jack. Uses mini-USB instead of normal earbud/iPod headphone jack.

- Can't find the mini-USB adapter so that I can use my earbuds

Conclusion:

Solid phone for 2007 if you're looking for a Music Player phone that still maintains a sleek design. Get T-Mobile's myFaves if you tend to call your tight-knit circle of friends a lot.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Razr v3t is an excellent, sleek, thin and lightweight mid-range cell phone at an affordable price from T-mobile. I got two of these phones free with Bluetooth headsets from t-mobile with a family plan. This razr phone has a very nice black finish as compared to its predeseccor v3. It also has bluetooth 1.2, a digital music player and 1.23 megapixel integrated camera.
You can also upgrade its default 128MB, removable microsd memory card, upto 1-2GB microsd. Believe me, the Digital music player on this device is incredible and the sound quality is at par with any music player like iPod shuffle or nano. I am using this razr as my second iPod, with 400-500 songs on my 1GB Sandisk microsd card.
You can also buy a motorola Stereo Headset Adaptor (model# SYN1504, just for $3-$4) to convert the output from MiniUSB to ordinary 3.5mm, to connect it to any device/headset and listen to songs from it. I have connected it to my sony car adaptor as well and now I can listen to songs from it in my car.
The data cable connectivity with PC is very simple and easy to use. No need to install any software. You can aslo sync in this player in Windows Media player but its a little bit tricky. Also it can only play itunes ACC and Mp3 format. No support for WMA files, but you can always convert them to Mp3. Only supports Mp3s upto 192kbps bitrate.
Bluetooth headset connectivity is also very simple and flawless. My Bluetrek headset instantly get detected by this razr. So no issues with BT.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I want a smartphone like this.
Published 27 days ago by Andrew Lotsky
1.0 out of 5 stars Not a good buy
I bought this version of the Razr and my family all bought the normal version. My phone did not work by the end of the first year, and all their's are still plugging along fine. Read more
Published on August 21, 2008 by T. Hallock
1.0 out of 5 stars I HAD it with Motorola! Another overrated, overpriced piece of junk!
This phone worked great for the two weeks that I owned it. I loved just about everything about it - the large screen, the keypads, the music player, camera, speakerphone, video,... Read more
Published on April 8, 2008 by The Fancy One
4.0 out of 5 stars A real good one
Goods: Great quality, great reception, great looks, great usability.
Bads: It gets scratches easily. Fingure prints make it ugly sometimes.
Published on August 8, 2007 by T. Ghosh
4.0 out of 5 stars v3t review
This phone is hard to get the hang of if you've never had a Razr. This phone is neither logiacally sensible to manuver around in or does it take good pictures or have any sort of... Read more
Published on July 26, 2007 by M. Nickel
2.0 out of 5 stars sleek but wildly overrated piece of junk
This phone looks cool, and has a few good points:
1. the ability to use MP3s as ringtones
2. the bluetooth capabilities work well. Read more
Published on July 9, 2007 by Michael Kaplan
2.0 out of 5 stars CONFUSED SOFTWARE
I upgraded my former T-Mobile phone which was a RAZR V3 Pearl Gray for this so-called updated model of the RAZR. Read more
Published on June 22, 2007 by Lamont Simpson
2.0 out of 5 stars Good phone but DON'T BUY if you need a voice recorder.
I just got this phone, but one of the things I needed was the Voice Recorder but T-Mobile cripples the Voice Notes function by not allowing you to save your voice recordings to the... Read more
Published on May 2, 2007 by xcu
1.0 out of 5 stars vastly overrated....
I don't understand the good reviews for this phone... The menus are a pain in the neck and look like they were designed by a second-grader, I tried unsuccesfully to add phone #s to... Read more
Published on May 1, 2007 by Christian R. Donval
5.0 out of 5 stars Totally sweet
i love this phone. it is a great phone to take pictures or video. the built in mp3 rocks! and the sleek metal design is great! Read more
Published on March 15, 2007
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