Motorola RAZR2 V9m on Verizon website
Anticipation is growing as Motorola fans are waiting for the release of the upcoming Razr2 V9m.
This week, the Interactive Manual made its way to the Verizon website, which seems to confirm that the
phone will make a July release, as stated by Motorola.
The V9m is part of the new RAZR2 line, which also includes the V8 and V9, which will be sold by other providers.
The V9m is different than any other pervious Razr model, including the Maxx Ve. Most noticeably, the V9m is thinner (11.9mm), has a colored-metal body, and is the first phone to feature a large 2" 65K Color Touch-Sensitive QVGA External Display.
The External Display is capable of showing Text Messages, Inbox, Recent Calls, and for use with Music Playback. Connectivity has been enhanced by using a High-Speed USB 2.0 port for data transfers.
Bluetooth profiles include: A2DP, AVRCP, DUN-GW, FTP-Server, GAP,GAVDP, Headset-AG, HFP (1.5) AG, OPP-Client, OPP-Server profiles.
It is also rumored that the V9m will support the new FlashUI themes, which was lacking on the Maxx Ve. Despite these upgrades, the V9m features a standard 2MPFixed-Focus Camera with no flash. It is unfortunate that Motoroladecided not to incorporate the same 2MP AutoFocus Camera with Flash what was usedon the Maxx Ve. The is the only caveat that we can see about the newV9m.