Conclusion: The Motorola RAZR2 V9 is a good phone, though we can’t help but feel underwhelmed. When it comes down to it, there just isn’t much to get excited about. It’s larger and heavier than its CDMA brother, and the build quality isn’t quite up to par.
Pros: High fashion, Good camera performance under proper lighting conditions, Strong audio codec support
Cons: Lacks any standout features, Hinge construction feels cheap, Battery life is very short, Synergy UI is outdated and disjointed, Unsigned Java applications cannot be granted permanent network access
Conclusion: The V9 RAZR2 is a great phone. However, it also found a way to get hindered by AT&T. The Java block is probably the single thing that prevents us from giving the V9 a perfect score. While MOTOMAGX would have been nice, it isn’t necessary to make a great phone.
Excerpt: With the weight of 125g, Motorola RAZR2 V9 is one of the smooth looking and stylish mobile phones out in the market. With the a very thin measurement of 103 x 53 x 13.3 mm, you don't have to worry about it being fragile since it's case is made up of stainless steel.
Excerpt: The Motorola Razr2 V9 is the reason why I haven't bought the Razr2 V8 edition. Though both devices looks identical in design, what the Razr2 V8 lacks that the Motorola Razr2 V9 has is--3G and HSDPA.
Excerpt: The Motorola Razr V9 is clearly the come-back kid! Its distant cousin, the original Razr , did for “slim” what the iPhone did for “touch”. But trouble lurked as the novelty wore off, necessitating numerous firmware updates, problems with weak hinges, faulty displays, and so on.