Motorola RAZR V3 Special Edition - Black review
Undeniably the most popular phone on the market is Motorola's RAZR V3. This phone marks a change in the way companies market cellular phones as this innovative piece can be seen daily via clever TV commercials, magazine ads and billboards. Motorola has always catered to the clamshell connoisseurs beginning with the StarTac and continuing to this day. With aesthetically pleasing lines and a crisp display this phone does not disappoint design wise.
The average user and trendy college students alike will find their cellular needs easily satisfied with the V3. But what about those of us who like to be a little different than the norm? Consider Motorola RAZR V3 Special Edition - Black. The name alone cracks a smile across my face. This quad band phone takes all the styling and performance of the original silver model and adds a black metal finish that catches the eyes of anyone who sees it.
This model was originally crafted to be placed in the gift baskets at the 2005 Academy Awards. With an overwhelming response and as of late May, the general public can have something in common with Tom Cruise and Hilary Swank. So if the Academy lost your tickets in the mail like they did with mine, you can find this limited edition phone with the click of a button.
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