Excerpt: It looks like Motorola is trying to not mess up a good thing by releasing the Android-powered Motorola RAZR V . It comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich pre-installed and a design that is reminiscent of the original RAZR.
Motorola RAZR V Review: Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before
3 September 2012
Excerpt: The Motorola RAZR V3 was arguably the most popular flip/feature-phone in history. It was iconic. Thin, sexy, practical, stylish and affordable. Motorola sought to capitalise on the RAZR name by releasing the RAZR smartphone last year, and now we have the follow-up RAZR V.
Excerpt: Now has released a junior version of the Razr, cramming all of the best bits into a significantly cheaper price range. The next generation Razr is called the Razr V. At 8.4mm, it's marginally thicker, but at 128.5mm tall, it's also a fair bit shorter.
Pros: Inexpensive; practical; decent third party apps;
Excerpt: The V is running Android 4.0 OS, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. But I've received no news on whether there will be an upgrade to the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. In these cases, it is safe to assume that there wont be such an upgrade.
The Motorola RAZR V is good value for money at this price, but offers little to get excited about
Good Gear Guide.au
8 July 2012
Conclusion: Motorola doesn't break any new ground with the RAZR V, but it offers good value for money and is better designed than its predecessor. However, the RAZR V ultimately offers little incentive to switch from rival brands.
Pros: Competitive price, Kevlar backing, Slick software and performance
Cons: No real outstanding feature, A little top heavy, Only on Optus initially
Summary: Motorola RAZR V è uno smartphone con sistema operativo Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, display da 4,3 pollici, risoluzione 960x540 pixel, processore dual core da 1,2 GHz, 1 GB di RAM, 4 GB di memoria interna, slot microSD e fotocamera da 8 megapixel