Fresh news from Motorola. A few days ago, on July 25 th 2006 , Motorola has announced the release of Motorola RAZR V3xx.Actually it is the first Motorola clamshell that features High-Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) and EDGE technology. With speeds that are similar to broadband connections, you can easily download, browse the web and make data exchange in a fast and useful manner. You will be amazed at the speed of the data transfer.The download speed is up to 3.6 Mb per second thanks to HSDPA. And that's not all! You can make two-way video calls at up to 15 frames per second. You can also listen to over the air music and have video downloads watch streaming media and more. If you'd like to share a personalized video with your loved ones, or send an important e mail and browse the web, you have it all at a glance. Motorola V3xx has an advanced integrated Bluetooth wireless technology, an integrated calendar and a 1000-entry phonebook that suits all you communication needs. Some other connectivity methods would be GPRS, EDGE. GPRS is class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots) and the download speed is up to 32 - 48 kbps, while EDGE is also class 10 but the download is a bit higher, aimed at 236.8 kbps.
- Motorola V3XX
- Battery BC50
- UK Travel Charger + USA Adapter
- English Manuals
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The combination of the power of a Motorola V3x Razr alongside with the sleek fashion of the Motorola V3 Razr brings you the new Motorola maxx V3 Razr. This phone contains the newest GUI and software which lags a bit less than the V3x once did. A2DP profile is still present and the only con I see is that the previous phone had a 2.0MP Camera with a flash as this one is dumbed down to 1.3MP with no flash. Memory expansion is increased up to 2GB. Other than it supports UMTS 2100 3G and HSDPA there's nothing else I can point out that I don't like about it.