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5.0 out of 10

Motorola RAZR V3i

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Reviews and Problems with Motorola RAZR V3i

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Fareed's Motorola RAZR-V3i review

phonedog.com
16 September 2007
  • Summary: Although the V3i has many improvements to the V3 RAZR , it might not be ideal for everyone. Some people are totally fine with the features the original V3 offers because it is still doing very well in the market. Some people who like the RAZR design and demand more features like: iTunes and expandable memory will have to spend more money to upgrade.
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Overall 4
4.0

Motorola RAZR V3i

PC Magazine
7 July 2007
  • Conclusion: Don't fall for all the RAZR + iTunes hype. This is a stale, overpriced, and frustrating phone better left on the shelf.
  • Pros: Pretty. Decent battery life.
  • Cons: Audio problems. Confusing, limited software. Slow music transfers.
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Motorola V3i

Mobile Review
24 November 2005
  • Summary: The model has no problems with the connection quality being a typical modern device. The musical aspect is on the triplet's level, mp3 reproduction is present and limitations are not as strict. Signal volume is higher than average, Midi-files are played in the 24-tones polyphony that sound well also. The vibra is average or a bit more powerful. The loudspeaker volume is enough during a conversation almost always.
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Review: Motorola RAZR V3i

Tech Digest
7 August 2014
  • Excerpt: Motorola's epochal RAZR was the most desirable handset of its time. The seductive form factor tended to distract users from some fairly irritating software decisions that Motorola's designers would probably, given their time again, have made differently.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
3 August 2008
  • Summary: The RAZR V3i just doesn't offer any awe inspiring improvements to justify a higher rating. It's still a very solid handset, but in terms of an upgrade, it's not worth an entire new model.
  • Pros: Design and Looks, Build quality, iTunes Capabilities, Memory Slot
  • Cons: Not enough significant improvements, Keypad Issues, Internal and External Screens, iTap Messaging System
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Motorola V3im

UKGamer
14 June 2006
Overall 6
6.0

Motorola RAZR V3i mobile phone review

Pocket Lint
16 February 2006
  • Pros: Still looks the business, and the megapixel camera and video option are significant improvements
  • Cons: Not different enough from the original, and why no iTunes?
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Expert Review

areamobile.de
4 April 2014
  • Excerpt: Ein wirkliches Must-Have ist das Motorolas RAZR mit iTunes eher nicht. Wer aber viel Wert auf Style legt und sowieso ein iBook samt Apple-Software zu Hause hat, kommt auf seine Kosten. Hat sich Apple mit der Motorola-Kooperation ins eigene Fleisch geschnitten, weil man iPod-Funktionalität mit dem Handy abdecken kann? Eher nicht: Verglichen mit einem 40 GB starken Durchschnitts-iPod stinkt das Handy natürlich ab. Aber dafür kann man mit dem iPod auch nicht telefonieren.
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Mobiltelefon Motorola RAZR V3i D&G – noble Optik, einfache Bedienung (21.11.2007)

Area DVD
27 November 2013
  • Conclusion: Die Auswahl an Profilen ist nicht besonders groß. Es ist nicht möglich, eigene Profile anzulegen Multimedia-Menü Die Menüs sind grafisch nicht mehr ganz aktuell, aber immer noch gut zu bedienen
  • Pros: + Noble D&G Optik | + Sehr gute Verarbeitung | + Einfache Bedienung | + Scharf und angenehm darstellende Displays | + Guter Klang des eingebauten Lautsprechers | | | - Nur 64 MB Micro SD-Karte mitgeliefert | - PC-Synchronisation zu verbessern | - keine optimale Einlesesicherheit beim Einlesen von Speicherkarten
  • Cons: Multimedia-Menü | Test: AREA DVD Handy-Testteam (pr) | 21. November 2007
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Overall 5
5.0

Motorola V3i Testbericht

mobile-reviews.de
14 November 2012
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