Conclusion: The MotoRAZR VE20 sets out to replace two phones in Sprint’s lineup, the RAZR V3m and RAZR2 V9m, and for the most part does a good job. Menu speed and stability, perhaps Motorola’s biggest issue, has seemingly been corrected. The inclusion of a 3.5mm headset jack is very welcome and the form factor is better due to its narrowness, though we would have liked to see the V9m’s 2” external display.
Pros: Greatly improved menu speed and stability, Improved form factor affords a better feel, Functional external controls, Quality main display, 3.5mm headset jack
Cons: We still have reservations about the battery, Mirrored finish makes external display hard to read at times, Fingerprints, fingerprints, fingerprints