Motorola V3 - Orange - Pay As You Go Mobile Phone - Black
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- External dimensions: 13.9 x 55 x 98 millimeters
- Weight: 95 grams
- External colour display
- Picture caller ID
- Nickel-plated copper-alloy chemically-etched keypad
- Internal display: 2.2 inch 176 x 220 pixel 64K colour TFT display
- External display: 96x80 pixels 4k colour CSTN CLI
- EL keypad illumination panel
- Internal quad-band antenna
- Integrated VGA camera with 4x zoom
- Integrated Class 1 Bluetooth® wireless technology
- 22kHz polyphonic speaker with MP3 ringer support
- MPEG4 video Playback
- 3D Graphics Engine
- Java MIDP 2.0
- Dedicated Messaging & Browser keys
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Motorolas RAZR V3 is the essence of advanced technology and superlative design. At only 13.9 mm thin, 53 mm wide (the width of a credit card) and 98 mm long, it is one of the slimmest phones on the market yet still rich in functions, performance excellence and design innovation. It provides the user with a total sensory experience from the innovative metallic finishes and use of materials to a truly revolutionary, chemically etched keypad created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy. The Motorola RAZR V3 is the ultimate, beautiful slim-phone.
Take time out to enjoy the feel, touch and finish of the RAZR V3. The metal materials and finishes create a smooth, easy-to-use phone that has real visual impact. The spun metal finish of the keypad is designed to gently reflect the light, whilst a blue electro-luminescence panel defines each character and key, creating an unmistakable RAZR V3 signature.
Create high quality images with the Motorola RAZR V3s brilliant picture capture and review. The VGA cameras effective 4 x digital zoom and quick exposure controls delivers excellent results. Capture the world in style. Watch MPEG 4 video clips in bright colour with 22kHz polyphonic speaker sound. Bring the 176 x 220 pixel 2.2" colour display and 3D graphics engine to life with your favourite digital imagery. Its innovation in the palm of your hand.
Exceptional form meets effortless connectivity with the RAZR V3s Bluetooth® technology. Enter a wireless world where voice, image and video are easily transmitted without wires. Simpler, smarter and ever-so stylish. Jetset around the world without missing a call. The quad-band technology keeps you connected in more than 100 countries world-wide.
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Top Customer Reviews
Unlike some phones the menu system is very nice to use (though I recommend switching the main menu to "list" instead of "icons") and most of the menus can be reordered so it is easy to find the things you need most. The predictive txt function is very good when you get used to it and most importantly it is a very comfortable shape to hold to your ear.
There are a few things I dislike, most of which are not Motorola's fault at all but Orange's, First They have disabled the option to record video as mpeg, something that with the original settings the phone is capable of, they have also made the small screen display the orange logo whenever the phone is open. Both of these problems can be fixed using a computer and the right software but doing so will invalidate your warranty. The other problem I have found is that any grease that is on the keys when you shut the phone is transfered to the screen, meaning that it picks up dust with the pastern of the numbers.
Easy to use
Fits into your pocket very well.
Clam design means screen is protected
Screen picks up dust
Orange have disabled record video as mpeg
Leather cases for it are useless.
That damn orange logo, I wish I went for a sim free.
It is very lightweight, the keypad is apparently chemically etched rather than made of rubber buttons and is as flat as the proverbial pancake. The screen is TFT (ie flat) and very colourful. It also has a smaller, less colourful screen on the outside which can show you caller id pictures and other display information. I use this phone for calling people and SMSing, rather than for browsing the internet (although the internet browser seems fine) or playing MP3s. The sound is clear and the ringtones are pleasant enough, in a basic way.
There are a few downsides to this phone, though, which will vary in importance according to what you want to use it for. First of all, the memory is measly (5MB) and not upgradeable. If you want to store photos, videos or MP3s on this phone, you'll have to keep them to a minimum. Mine told me that I'd run out of memory, basically because I'd been keeping SMS messages in the outbox instead of deleting them.
The camera is 1 megapixel. It's ok for a few little snaps of the kids around the house but it doesn't cope well in different kinds of light. The digital zoom makes the pictures a lot more blocky when you use it. Also, 1MP is fairly small, compared to what else is available. However, if you don't intend to take many photos, it doesn't matter.
I find the phonebook menu awkward as it lists each individual phone number, rather than grouping several numbers for the same person together. There are a few other features or aspects of the phone which aren't as easy to use as my previous one (Sony Ericsson p800).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I dug this up a few week ago as my latest phone had packed in a few months short of contract renewal. Fired it up after a charge and it still works! Read morePublished on 4 Feb. 2014 by SBno1
This is a good starter phone with a few extra features. However, the memory is limited and after only a few texts the memory is full. Read morePublished on 17 May 2010 by IB2
I can't believe some of the negative reviews on this, it doesn't buzz at all, I have owned several mobiles over ten years and this is the best phone I've ever had, works as good as... Read morePublished on 28 Jun. 2006 by Jukeboxjohnnie
Overall the Motorola V3 works well, it has all the usual features bluetooth, camera with zoom etc.... Read morePublished on 6 April 2006
The Motorola RAZR V3 was one of the most talked-about phones of 2004 and is still a real head turner. Why? Because it's the thinnest phone currently available in the UK. Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2006 by R.P
Atfer reading Gondsap view on this phone i knew i had to write a review! Yes i agree with him that the display is a little childish and the predictive text is a little slow whih is... Read morePublished on 26 Mar. 2006
This Phone was the best phone i have ever had....it looks the way it is and the camera is brillant as well as the blue tooth. Read morePublished on 23 Mar. 2006 by Donna Mclean