Motorola RAZR V3i

Handset information and reviews....Motorola V3i Mobile Phones

Motorola RAZR V3i Phone Information
Motorola V3i Spec
Motorola V3i Reviews

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Motorola RAZR V3i on T-Mobile and Orange contract from Mobile Club 7

Phone Information

The Motorola V3i is an update of the very popular RAZR V3, but has lots more features packed in.

The V3i is a different colour has the same 262,000 colour TFT dislay with a good resolution of 176 x 200 pixels, good battery life, Bluetooth a 1.23 megapixel camera with video recorder. There is also now a music player with expandable memory for adding all of your favouite music to the phone. This is a good looking and very functional phone.

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Motorola RAZR V3i Spec


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GSM Quad Band 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900




176 x 220 pixels, 262k colours (main)
96 x 80 pixels, 65k colours (sub)


1.2 megapixels


Slimline clamshell 98 x 53 x 14mm / 95g


Phonebook : 1000
Internal: 5Mb
Expansion : MicroSD / Transflash memory card slot, Hot swap (Up to 512MB)








Java (J2ME) Yes
MIDP 2.0
Predictive Text Entry: T9
WAP Yes Ver 2.0
Browser: XHTML
Platform / OS: Proprietary
Other Application: XLex Eng and Chinese dictionary

Battery life:

7 hours talk / 12 days standby

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Review by: Sarah From: England On: 11th Oct 2006
I have had this phone now for a month, and I like it. It works very well and its very compact.
Rating: 5/5

Review by: Samantha From: England On: 28th Nov 2006
When I bought this phone, I was told by several people just how good it was – I kinda wish I hadn't listened!

Unfortunately, as I'm in a years contract I am unable to send it back - which I would very much like to do. The plus side to the phone is - Nice look - that's it.

Bad sides - when you go to answer a call and flip the lid up, it can cut the other person off or actually switch off your phone. If you got to answer it and the phone lid is open it can do the same. Text message get sent before you've finished writing them and you cannot cancel the process, predictive text is rubbish - if you turn your phone off, the latest words you have used are wiped off and you have to start again. Another small annoying thing is you cannot put two numbers under one persons name so end up with a huge phone list - which I suppose is great for people who want to look like they have loads of pals!!

It's not just me - several of my friends have found the exact same problems.

Overall, I won't be bothering again and I suggest looking else where for a nice slim line phone.
Rating: 2/5

Review by: Jo From: England On: 28th Nov 2006
I have the Motorola Pink Razor and I love it as it is pink and flat, goes well with most outfits and handbags!

Having been used to Nokia phones all the time I have had a phone, changed it in the summer, I am pleased with the Motorola just not very used to the texts msgs and can't do punctuation very well. The keypad also humms, little worrying.

Like the large screen and very good picture quality.
Rating: 5/5

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