Pink Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone

If you are looking to buy the Pink Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone with Camera, Video Player–International Version, make sure to read the features first. There are reviews for this priced cheap Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone with Camera, Video Player–International Version with No Warranty (Satin Pink).

Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone with Camera, Video Player–International Version with No Warranty (Satin Pink)

  • This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile. Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
  • Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and GPRS data capabilities
  • VGA digital camera (640 x 480) with video capture; 5 MB memory (not expandable)
  • Bluetooth for handsfree communication; full duplex speakerphone; access to personal email; web browser; SMS/MMS/EMS messaging
  • Up to 6.67 hours of digital talk time and 250 hours of standby time


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Buying Guide Questions

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • Are the sounds from the earpiece audible?

The Moto Razr V3 is expertly crafted to deliver exceptional performance. Inside the ultra-thin design are advanced features like MPEG4 video playback, Bluetooth® wireless technology, a digital camera and more. And with the precision-cut keypad, minimalist styling and metal finish, the V3 looks just as beautiful as it performs. The real difference is in the details. See who’s calling, in color, without opening your phone — the large internal display is complemented by an impressive external

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3 Responses to “Pink Motorola RAZR V3 Unlocked Phone

  • Review by Denise L. Fultz "The Random Heroine"

    I purchased the Pink Satin Razr v3 back in August `06. I upgraded from a Nokia 3595 to this lovely little piece of technology. This was a careful buy as I read every possible kind of feedback on the Motorola Razr from many different sites. At best, the reviews were mixed from other users/critics. But for me, this phone is working out great. I’m going to touch on a few points (negative and positive) about this phone.

    What Amazon doesn’t add in their product information is that this was something manufactured overseas for use in Europe and China by the looks of it. What tells me this? The charger that was manufactured for non-american voltage as well as the advertisement slips and instruction booklets in the product’s box that are in both english and chinese characters. I immediately went into panic mode when I saw the charger’s plug but, noticed the little white US adapter which is nothing more then a piece you hook onto the prongs that have the correct voltage plug to fit into your outlet at home.

    And what I haven’t been able to note in any reviews for this phone is that if you’re buying this unlocked like I did, the only compatible providers are T-Mobile and Cingular since they use SIM cards with the GSM network. I’m sure there are others internationally but, these are the only american providers I know of. As for the SIM card in your current phone, just slide it out and slip it into your new phone. Just make sure to copy your phonebook to your SIM card before doing so. You may have to tweak the network settings to make sure they are compatible and functioning correctly. Your mobile phone provider should appear on the screen once you’ve finished.

    The cons with this phone:

    -When porting your phonebook over from another phone, the Razr breaks down each number into an individual entry. So even though you may have had 3 phone numbers for your husband or Mom in one efficient entry, this phone’s does not have that organizational feature. On the flip side of this, you can put the specific icon next to the entry in the phonebook like the little mobile phone, house, office, etc.

    -It’s easy to get the large screen and flat keypad greasy from the oils in your skin. I find that it’s enough just to wipe it off with the corner of your shirt gently should it get cruddy.

    -The flat keypad could be annoying for people with thick, large fingers. I personally have no trouble with this.

    -No MP3 player. Or any other fancy bells and whistles for that matter. Honestly, I don’t think this is bad since you can buy a nice MP3 player from Apple or one of the other manufacturers that have decent space for thousands of songs rather then what you are limited to with a cell phone. I’m not a big fan of “all in one” gadgets since it tends to degrade quality.


    -It’s quite aesthetically pleasing and sleek, no matter what color you purchase.

    -The camera. It’s not a fantastic camera, so if you’re a photographer by trade you will know it is awful by professional, digital standards. But if you’re like me, you just use it to take impromptu silly snapshots of friends, things, pets, etc.

    -Volume. Seriously, I do not know how people find issues with the audio. My hearing is rather questionable but, I can hear my callers unless their provider’s coverage is less then great. Any calls made from a normal phone are also sharp and clearly audible. And the Ringing Volume is a lot louder then my Nokia ever was so I’m satisfied. You have to bear in mind that a provider’s area of coverage (or lack there of) will effect your phone call and how well you can hear. It’s not always the mobile phone. I think people make the mistake of where they put the receiver of this phone since it is very small. And if you don’t have it in the right spot at your ear, you will hardly hear a word.

    -Price. The unlocked models have become reasonably priced. So if you have wanted one of these, now is the time to buy one.

    -Bluetooth Technology. End of story.

    On a side note, I just purchased the H500 bluetooth head set in magenta since it seems close enough to the shade for me.

  • Review by Carolyn S. Cutlip Griffith "CCG"

    I got this Pink Razr cause i had a pink pebl and it had to go in for repair and Edge Wireless lost it. But, they found it at the last minute. But i did not want to take the chance of having it being broke again, so i got the razr. The phone is sooooooo cool!! Here are some of the Pros and Cons of this phone:
    1. The color is really cool.
    2. The Grapics are great when you are playing games.
    3. The picture quality is awesome.
    4. No dropped calls.
    5. You can hear perfectly on the phone.
    6. It is nice and thin.
    7. It fits in your pocket really nicely. You never know it is your pocket because it is so thin.
    8. It is light weight.
    9. I like that you can put pictures on the front of the phone.
    10. I have unlimited texting, so i text alot. If you are a person who likes to texts, this is the phone for you because the keypad is nice, and you know how some phones are slow at texting? Well, not this phone. Thia phone keeps up with you no matter how fast you are going.
    1. The battery life. The battery life is good but sometimes the battery life does not even last a day. I do not talk on the phone alot. But i still love this phone.

    I hope i was helping you pick out this phone. I am just a 12 year-old kid but i hope this helps. This phone is the best!!

  • Review by Anonymous

    The phone is very nice, I love the number pad although it takes some getting used to, nice size area for the number. Clear voices, easy to use and slim to slip in a pocket or bag. I love the color……ps to those complaining about the color. Online colors aren’t always correct, you need to research in person sometimes it’s your PC’s personal color scheme as well. Try it you’ll like it.

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