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Motorola RAZR2 V9m Review

0. phoneArena 18 Sep 2007, 13:30 posted on

We came away from the Verizon V9m with mixed feelings. First and foremost, the styling of the phone is exquisite, with the high-luster dark pearl gray color, sleek lines, and slim design. But the fingerprints take away from this, since the phone is impossible to keep clean. The only part of the phone that is not fingerprint prone is that back, since it is coated with soft touch rubber. The External Display is the largest we’ve ever seen in a flip phone, and the QVGA quality is quite excellent, yet the functionality is limited since you cannot read incoming text

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55

1. Brian (unregistered)


which hightech junkie would want this? There's nothing high-tech about it, quite the opposite actually! Good review though! Reinforces my opinion that the V9 is not a phone for me! Thanks Phonearena! :D

posted on 04 Jul 2008, 01:03

3. motoman117 (Posts: 15; Member since: 22 Jun 2008)


yah, you are proly one of those people who went out and bought and iphone for $600. The Razr 2 has 3G, MMS, a music player that supports many formats, a micro SD card slot, crystal talk, an external touch screen, excellent design quality, aGPS, WAP 2.0, bluetooth 2.0. I mean, what more could u possibly want? The phone is stacked, and for $150 on verizon right now, it is a steal! I would like to see what you object about this phone so much, and it is the V9m, not the V9..

posted on 12 Feb 2008, 11:02

2. Brock (unregistered)


This is the kind of review I was looking for before I bought mine in September of 07. I lucked out and I went ahread and bought it, and I am very pleased. Of course, mine is flashed with native Motorola firmware and I must say this fully debunks the comment above mine, it was just a case of Verizon crippling.

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