Motorola RAZR V3C - CDMA version of the RAZR V3 approved by FCC

Motorola RAZR V3C - CDMA version of the RAZR V3 approved by FCC

A while ago Motorola announced the MS500 – a CDMA version of the popular Motorola V3, intended for the Korean Market. The phone had improved the camera quality, going from VGA to 1.3-megapixel one. 1xRTT data was improved to EV-DO. The US version of the device was announced to be the V3C (probably "C" comes from CDMA).  It is believed that it will feature 1.3-megapixel camera and EV-DO as the Korean version did. But still there is no official information. The V3C is expected at the end of this year, or in the first quarter of 2006.  

Motorola V3C


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1. Dr. Suhas Shah unregistered

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