Excerpt: Motorola keeps exploiting the succes achieved with the RAZR V3 with the new RAZR V3x.The Motorola RAZR V3x won the Best 3GSM Handset 2006 Award at the 3GSM World Congress.When the model was put on the market in some countries, the model was discussed very actively. And the major part of this interest is caused by the functional component of the phone, as it is the first Motorola's 2MP cameraphone. And technically the handset is very meaningful for the company also.
Excerpt: While not originally part of the RAZR V3 line of handsets, the 3G UMTS capable RAZR V3x shares enough its attributes with the V3 that Motorola wisely decided to rename it from its v1150 original name. Jin Khang gives it the once over for us.
Summary: The model has no problems with the connection quality being a typical modern device. Musical component is on the triplet's level, mp3 play back is present and limitations are not as strict. Signal volume is higher than average, Midi-files are played in the 64-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.
Summary: A beefed-up Razr with 3G capability, the Razr V3x maintains the solid design platform of the original, and adds in some snazzier features, most notably a serviceable camera and a reasonable amount of built-in memory.
Pros: Good at video calls and streaming, Above average at audio playback, Nice quality stills, Big internal keypad, Lovely screen
Cons: Camera light is fiddly to use, Side buttons are easy to hit accidentally, Less internal memory than we'd like
Excerpt: Przed przystąpieniem do pisania tej recenzji zastanawiałem się, jak zacząć pierwsze zdanie - czy od nawiązania do Motoroli V3, czy może od krótkiego żartu? Zdecydowałem się jednak na "proszę państwa, oto UMTS-owa następczyni Motoroli V3. Zapraszam do lektury".