Metal parts bring this fantastic phone to life
Motorola’s V3 epitomizes cellular technology with a phone that is ultra-thin and has incredible features. Upon first impression the phone might look like any other, but that is only because the V3 focuses on making the experience of using it as easy as possible.
When you open the phone the first thing that will strike you is the keypad which is created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy giving each phone a unique quality. The metal materials involved allow the phone to have a great sense of weight and presence. The crystal clear display means you won’t have any trouble reading what on your screen, even outdoors.
The features on this phone are many and consist of the most desirable ones out there. A camera will ensure that your photos come out in great quality and the 4x digital zoom lets you snaps subjects from far away. Also in order to fine tune your photography the exposure controls let you have access to even the tinniest details.
The 22khz speaker quality brings to life the people you call in amazing sound quality with balanced highs and lows. Other features included in the phone are a Bluetooth connection, USB connectivity, Internal memory, and MPEG4 video support.
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The Motorazr V3m is a solid phone making and recieving calls is easy and effective, the operating system is consistent, and it looks small and stylish on the outside. However, once you go beyond simple phone tasks, things get more complicated. First, the exterior: it is sleek and thin, and looks very good. One problem is that the outside tends to smudge, but this can be corrected by wiping the phone off. The keys are nice, which is amazing because they are so thin. The d pad in the middle is a little hard to use, though the phone could have used a little more space around it. As for basic features, almost everything is very accessible and intuitive (with the exception of the camera, which is hard to get to from the menus). The contacts software allows you to add multiple numbers for one entry at once, which is a bonus. Settings are easy to find and change. Messages are straight foward, however, if you miss more than one message and then say "yes" at the screen that asks if you want to check them, you are taken to the newest message, which can be confusing if the earlier message is connected to it. Now, the extra features that Verizon advertises are the disappointing part. I know this is common for phones, but just remember that what is advertised does not come with the phone for free. You must pay pretty hefty fees for web browzing, Vcast (video service), downloading ringtones and using the navigation system. Even the games are only demos and can only be used once. I have tried the navigation software as well as the browser, and both are top quality. It is up to you to decide whether you want to pay the fees ($10/mth and $6/mth respectively). Music is also difficult to transfer from your PC I have had no success trying a USB cord I had at home, so you might need to spend another $20 to get the propritary cord. The bluetooth software with the phone does not support file transfer. Overall, a good phone for everyday needs, just make sure you know what you are getting into.