The Motorola RAZR2 V9 is a good phone, though we can’t help but feel underwhelmed. When it comes down to it, there just isn’t much to get excited about. It’s larger and heavier than its CDMA brother, and the build quality isn’t quite up to par. The outside display is nice and large, but it just doesn’t do anything to set it apart from other phones in AT&T’s lineup. The 2mp camera is good, but lacks advanced features such as autofocus or a flash that would bring it up a notch. The software is quick and stable, but bloated and disjointed. Even the burgundy finish takes away some of the sex appeal found in other RAZR2 variants, and at the end of the day we can’t find a reason to get excited about the V9.