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Motorola RAZR V3i Dolce & Gabbana Unlocked Phone with MP3/Video Player, and MicroSD--International Version with No Warranty (Gold)
The Motorola RAZR V3i is fully loaded – delivering the ultimate combination of design and technology. Beneath this sculpted metal exterior is a lean mean, globe-hopping machine. Modelled after the Motorola RAZR V3, the RAZR V3i has an updated and streamlined design, offering consumers a large internal color screen, quad-band technology and Bluetooth® wireless technology. Designed for an enhanced imaging experience, this sleek handset comes complete with an integrated 1.23 megapixel digital camera with a full screen view-finder, zoom, and video capture and playback. Now when you grab your mobile, you’re also are grabbing your camera and MP3 player. Stylish, smart, and sophisticated – the Motorola RAZR V3i.
This unlocked cell phone is compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile.
Quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and GPRS data capabilities
Classic iconic super-slim RAZR design enhanced by Dolce & Gabbana anodized aluminum gold finish
1.23 megapixel camera/camcorder; Bluetooth for handsfree devices; MicroSD memory expansion; digital audio player compatible with iTunes
Up to 6.67 hours of talk time, up to 310 hours (12.9 days) of standby time
Not all carrier features may be supported. It will not work with CDMA carriers like Verizon Wireless, Alltel and Sprint.
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114 of 131 found the following review helpful:
Looks good, but...Nov 30, 2006
By G. Edwards
This phone sucks. The software is slow, especially when the phone is loaded with lots of pictures. The buttons are clumsy to push, especially if you have big fingers. Ergonomically you would do better with an older model Motorola cellphone. The buttons on the side are laid out in a manner that when you handle the phone you frequently tend to change the ringer to off inadverdently. That is a real design boo boo.
The RF section is, however, pretty sensitive and stacks up well against any other phone in terms of talk distance and reception.
Don't waste your money.
24 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Gorgeous, FunctionalJan 29, 2007
By World Famous Sam
If you're looking for a phone that is the best value for your money, stop reading right here. This phone isn't for you.
If, however, you're looking for a functional phone that is attractive and garners a lot of attention from passersby and fashionistas alike, you're in the right place.
The Motorola V3i DG is a great phone - it is a RAZR after all. Some people don't like the RAZR because they think it's been played out or overdone, but this phone is unique and has a definite "cool factor". The phone's features are a standard late 2005 or early 2006 featureset - there's an MP3 player, a transflash slot, a camera (that could be a lot better, but that's Motorola for you - it's a phone), a video camera, support for real-song ringtones, and a nice set of screens.
If you're looking for a device for e-mail, this probably is not your phone. If you like to text constantly and IM casually and you talk often, this is a great phone for you. My one gripe is that the speaker phone is of a low quality compared to the RAZR I had for Verizon. Other than that, it's an excellently-crafted piece of work.
I highly recommend this phone (with the awesome-looking DG case).
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Come on, people pay more for suits, jewelry or smartphonesJan 29, 2007
This phone is not outrageously expensive and, if you wear a suit and good shoes sometimes, what's wrong with carrying a phone that doesn't make you look as a teenager? I bought D&G RAZR to replace my ~$600 Treo, because it was too heavy in a pocket and antenna fell out and had to be reattached with crazy glue. Voice quality and battery life is far better than Treo for half price.
11 of 13 found the following review helpful:
I own this phone and love it.Jan 04, 2007
By Benjamin A. Buttolph
I have had this phone since August and I love it. I am constantly complimented on it and people are always curious about it. I have no problems using text messages (someone had said they did) There is a slot for a micro SD card inside the phone (I have a 2GB card) so it doesn't really run slow for me. The phone has additional features a regular razr does not, like airplane mode, iTunes, and what I like best, software that you can transfer pictures to your phone from your computer (make your own wallpaper!) and can make your own ringtones with. Since D&G designed the phone there are some misspellings in the English lol (like dialled calls, personalise for example). There are times when I don't have signal when I should, but there are also times when I get signal when noone else does (like on the subway) so its a coin toss. All in all I love having th phone. It is definitely for people who love to be noticed and show off, and like having a pimped out phone.
27 of 35 found the following review helpful:
In the end...it's still just a cell phoneJan 05, 2007
By Marilyn Briggs
This phone I found is over priced, and doesn't work any differently than my mom's razor phone that she got for free from her cell phone provider. If you want a phone that looks like it belongs to a pimp, by all means buy it. In the end, it's still a cell phone. Wasn't worth my time. Hope I spared you from losing some hard earned cash. The phone will lose the ringer or not ring at all depending on how you handle the phone. The buttons on the side are not very ergonomical. I wish I had read the reviews and saved my money.
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