Cell Phones Mania - Motorola Razr V3
Archie C. Artienda
Cell Phones are one of the most important
devices for all of us nowadays not only for communication but for
some are for collections. Some of the famous brands and styles of
Nokia cell phones, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Panasonic,
NEC, LG, Siemens, accessories, etc.
Cell phone accessories companies are doing exceedingly well as more
and more people with Internet enabled handsets are downloading their
favorite ring tones wallpapers etc. Cell phones which were only
considered a highly convenient way of reaching people when on the
move are today also considered as a fashion statement.
The user obtains the phone, loaded with some
amount of credit and then purchases a credit balance of calling
minutes as and when he wants. It is a handy alternative for youngsters,
travelers, students or people on the go! There is no need to wait
for a monthly bill or fixed charges. Recharge your calling card
for as much amount you want and when ever you want!
The Famous Phones like Motorola Razr V3
Spec: The Motorola RAZR V3i is fully loaded
- delivering the ultimate combination of design and technology.
Beneath this sculpted metal exterior is a lean mean, globe-hopping
machine. Modeled after the Motorola RAZR V3, the RAZR V3i has an
updated and streamlined design, offering consumers a large internal
color screen, quad-band technology and Bluetooth wireless technology.
Now when consumers grab their mobile, they're also grabbing a camera
and MP3 player.
Physically, the V3i looks very much like the
original V3. The color has been changed (at least initially) to
a gun metal gray color, and the top half of the clamshell has a
new brushed texture to it that gives it a unique look. Unlike the
V3c, the V3i's megapixel camera does not protrude at all from the
top half of the folder. This leaves the dimensions at 98mm x 53mm
x 14mm (3.9" x 2.1" x .6"), which is pretty much the same as the
original RAZR V3. While we're on the subject, the weight is also
pretty much unchanged, at 97.1g (3.4oz).
The exterior of the V3i is mostly the same as on the V3, except
that the shiny, glass-like surface that surrounds the external sub-display
has grown in size and now includes the Motorola "M" logo, which
glows Blue at times. The same volume control and smart button are
on the left side, and the voice dial button remains on the right.
Apart from the color change, the back of the new device looks just
like the old V3 in that it is home to little more than a Motorola
logo, the battery cover, and an external antenna port. The miniUSB
port on the bottom left of the device is unchanged and still deals
with power, data, and audio issues - though now in stereo.
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