Motorola's RAZR gets sharper

Motorola has unveiled a new addition to its RAZR family of phones called the V3i

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  February 28, 2006

Motorola has unveiled a new addition to its RAZR family of mobile phones called the RAZR V3i. In contrast to the firm’s original V3 model, which boasted a 0.3-megapixel camera, the new V3i offers 1.23-megapixel digital camera and a SD memory slot, featuring support for up to 512Mbytes of storage. Support for GPRS and bluetooth is also included. On the music front, the V3i is Apple iTunes compatible – a feature not present in the firm’s original V3 model. “With its new options in imaging, storage, and aesthetics, the Motorola RAZR V3i complements the thousand of RAZRs already in use in the Middle East, enabling consumers to choose the experience that best fits their personal style and mobile needs,” stated Patrick Mulligan, general manager of Motorola Mobile Devices Business, Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. The 100g RAZR V3i is now available across the region in a host of colours including silver, black and pink.

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