"Easily the best phone Motorola offers"4.5 starson by keelog05
Pros: Impossibly thin; amazing screen; it's a Razr.. what more do you need?
Cons: no headphone jack (that i can locate); no TransFlash slot
Summary: I just got this phone, maybe 3 hours ago, and I haven't put it down. I wasn't sure how long the "Pros" section could be, so I thought I'd list all the things I love here.
Built in USB- no need for expensive cable to connect your phone to your computer.. nope, just a $5 usb cable and you can transfer data and charge. (I think you need to have a program to transfer files, but i think you can find that free)
1.3 mp Camera- Alright, I know most cell phones above a couple hundred bucks has a mp camera, but the Razr's stands out to me. My last phone was a v710, and though it had a 1.3 mp camera, the quality was horrible and it took forever for the pictures to save. This is almost instantaneous
Color- Okay, this may seem dumb, but I personally like the color of this phone.. it's not that annoying silver or overused black, but a very nice slate grey.
36mb of storage- Holy crap! When I saw that this phone had the same storage capacity as a small jump drive, I was amazed. My last phone (the over-rated v710) had a pitiful amount of storage. Though I would have loved to have seen a transflash slot on this baby (now my $100 128mb t/f card is useless), the stock memory is sufficient for me.
Sound quality- This baby is loud.. maybe a little more so than necessary. You are going to hear your phone ring, even if its all the way across the room.
Okay.. now since nothing's perfect.. there are a couple cons to this sexy piece of mobile technology.
It's small- It's not what it sounds like, I promise.. The Razr is insanely thin.. and while that's a great fashion statement, not to mention cool as hell looking, I can see it being a problem. I know I tend to forget stuff in my pockets if i can't feel it, and I think this phone is light enough to not be felt. (as you can tell, i'm grasping at straws)
No TransFlash- This is the third time I'm mentioning this, and that's because it bothers me. If it truly does require a program from Motorola to transfer files from phone to pc, the idea of a mp3 player in the phone is made almost obsolete. (again... grasping at straws here)
All in all, this cell phone is awesome! I read a reviewer's testimony that this phone was horrible because they spent their time adding cool features instead of the necessities. If you're looking for a phone to just talk on, don't buy a Razr! If you want a kick-ass phone with a ton of features and a jaw-dropping appearance, then get ready for the closest shave available.. the Motorola v3c Razr.