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Comment: MOTOROLA V3 RAZR - CAMERA/CAMCORDER HANDSET - NEW CHARGER INCLUDED - UNLOCKED ALL NETWORKS EXCEPT "3" - CLASSIC SLIM HANDSET - FLIP/FOLD HANDSET - VERY RELIABLE - FAST SHIPPING BY ROYAL MAIL. VARIOUS COLORS AVAILABLE. HANDSET - CHARGER - BATTERY ONLY
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Motorola V3 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black (Grey kit) TRD41


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  • Original V3 Mobile Phone
  • Black Colour - sleek design
  • Inner and outer display panel
  • VGA Camera
  • Flip design

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 4.4 x 2.3 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 386 g
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  • Item model number: V3 Razr
  • ASIN: B0009FCAJA
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 26 April 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Black is beautiful and the Motorola V3 Black's functionality is as impressive as its dark looks. It has great gaming abilities, a sharp VGA digital camera and stereo speakers. You can even see who's calling, in colour, without having to open the phone up, thanks to its cool external display. You'll also be wow-ed by its large internal display, plus you can enjoy the precision cut metal keypad, which reacts to the lightest of touches.

Play, organise and have lots of fun with all its features like Orange Photo Messaging where you can capture the moment in thousands of brilliant colours and then send it to friends and family. And why not experience its superior gaming qualities when you have a spare 10 minutes or so?

Box Contains

  • V3 Handset
  • USB cable
  • Phone tools software
  • Handsfree headset
  • Standard Li-ion battery
  • Instruction manual
  • Mains charger

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    Customer Reviews

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Purple Ferret VINE VOICE on 8 Aug. 2005
    Most people either love this phone... or they hate it. It is to this years mobile phone market what the Citroen DS was to 1960's car design... sleek, sexy, quirky and different!
    Having shied away from Motorola's for all of my mobile phone owning life to date (based upon hearsay evidence of them being poor performers and "user unfriendly") it was not without some sense of intrepidation that I eventually upgraded my trusty Nokia 8910i for one of these. I can report back that, almost to my surprise, I'm thoroughly pleased with my choice!
    First the bad points. The user interface isn't as simple as Nokia's or Sony Ericsson's for sure, and there seem to be a few "niggly" ommissions (like having to scroll through all of the address book to find a number rather than a "search" option, but luckily I don't seem to have that many friends... so I'll live with that. Secondly (although possibly not a bad point for some) I can state with confidence that it doesn't try to pack every "bell and whistle" into it's thin frame. If you want an FM radio, memory card slot, Video camera, Teasmade and oven timer included on a phone the size of your brain cell... then perhaps this isn't the phone for you.
    However if you want a well made, attractive phone with enough extras to keep you occupied and (most importantly in my book)exceptional call clarity, then I would recommend this phone to you. The outer shell of the phone is anodised aluminium which feels great and (given that the phone is less than 14mm thick even when closed) is reassuringly robust. I love the keypad which is "etched" onto the face of the phone and glows a hypnotoc blue in the dark.
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    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Pepper #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 April 2006
    I have used this phone for about two months now and it is okay - it does the job but without excelling. It is easy to use and texting, although different in concept to other makes of phone, works well. The big internal screen and camera is also very good. However, to me the operating software lacks refinement - it seems quite long winded to do simple things like update the phone book etc. I also find it hard to switch between ring/silent/vibrate modes and retain the settings with the phone in its case. Additionally, my version has no installed games - only two time limited demos. Overall I am lukewarm about this phone - if looks are a priority buy it but remember the adage "beauty is (at best) skin deep".
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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Adpit on 2 May 2006
    I got this phone simply because I had used my Nokia 6310 for far too long, and wanted something different.

    Overall, it is a good phone, which does the job well enough.

    I miss some of the Nokia features such as sending business cards (can't seem to find this anywhere in the Razr).

    But more than made up in the Razr by having a speakerphone which is pretty good.

    Battery life is alright, considering the large screen.

    Only thing which could have been better is the Font used - in some cases it is really too large and ugly, and not in tune with the phone's cool design.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Philip N. Thompson on 14 Mar. 2007
    A great slim phone and such an improvement on the Siemens I previously had. The SMS is easy to use and the camera produces some reasonable images for the price. The phone even has a simple video capture facility although it's not great on quality.

    The phone performs well on all the usualy facilities and is light and compact. Battery life was found to be good and the speaker phone worked very well in all but noisey backgrounds.

    Great phone although could do with being a little cheaper.
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    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 12 Oct. 2005
    I'm really not a mobile phone fan - in fact my Nokia 6310 has been with me for the last 5 years! I'm also have no reason to use a phone as a camera (why would you) but the design on the V3 is outstanding that it made me break down and go to one of those awful high street shops! If Bang and Olufson made a phone - this is what it would look like - pop in your top pocket of your suit - almost invisible - and the built in speakerphone is excellent. It also has a wonderful quality and "weight" feel about it...
    If you want a grown ups phone - this is the one!
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    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By D. Hall on 29 Sept. 2005
    ...then this would be it. By the spread of reviews it's obviously something you either love or hate, and there are a few idiosyncracies about the OS i don't like, after years of Sony Ericsson phones, and their intuitive software. However, this is the first time i've got a phone i expect to still be using when this contract has expired. I like it so much i'm thinking of buying another on sim-free for when this one dies.
    Pros:
    All connections (data, hands free, charger etc) via one USB port, rather than the usual plethora of proprietary slots and holes.
    Tactile feel (real metal!)- refreshing after years of cheap tacky plastic that creaks after a month of use.
    Those blue lights! (and the size of the keypad).
    Huge, clear screen, pin-sharp display.
    Phone Tools software is excellent.
    Slim, great design, real eye-candy.
    Cons:
    Texting is tricky, but that's probably because i've been using SE for ages... maybe just a bit like driving a Ford after years in a Mazda (indicating with the windscreen wipers etc)
    Try getting themes on to it, or changing the HELLOMOTO splash screen to something less crap...if you dare... (more hacking than phone customisation).
    No dedicated 'cancel/delete' key like Sonys.. you can do most things on a SE using just 2 keys... a small point, but it all adds to the friendlyness of the UI.
    The camera is crap.. but this is a phone... so buy a camera :)
    Although there seems a bigger list of cons than pros, for me all the pros are big +s, and the cons tiny -s, most of which are things you can get used to with a little use. There are more fully featured phones out there, but most whizz-bang features lose their novelty value after a week or 2 any way for me, and overall this is the nicest phone i've ever seen.
    Batman would want one too...
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