Pros Stylish, easy to use, about the same as other razrs
Cons text messaging gets stuck on MMS
Summary I think for the most part this is a good phone HOWEVER it has one very annoying flaw. Every few weeks it gets stuck on Multi Media Messaging and the only way to fix it is to do a master clear, which means you have to redo all of your personal settings and if you don't have a micro SD card you lose all of your music and pictures. It is not just my phone that has this problem. I know several people that have had their RAZR V3xx get stuck on MMS and they have been very upset when all of their settings had to be redone not to mention that one of them did not have a Micro SD and lost everything else. If you have this pheon and run into this problem, please for your sake make sure everything is saved to your SIM card and SD
Pros Excellent screen size/quality, great address book, decent camera, comfortable to use
Cons notebook or to-do list would be nice, no camera flash
Summary Personally I love this phone. It's my first Razr (was waiting until the bugs got worked out). At first I laughed at the gold color and thought I'd just get the carbon one like my husband. Then I decided that I really liked the fact that it's unique and got it instead. People compliment it frequently, although I think that it's more of a brass than a gold color myself. The hubby and I refer to it as "C3PO" and his as "Vader". Yeah... geeks... we know.
Pros Camera, new display resolution, bluetooth...all better than before.
Cons Just little things...a couple buttons are reversed, mini-usb is reversed from v3,.
Summary I love this phone. I paid extra for the gold one just for fun, and I love it. Sound is better, screen is beautiful, music function I didn't have with the old v3 is fun (and I never thought I'd even use such a thing on a phone). I'm very pleased with the improvement. I loved my last v3 and never understood all the complaints about it myself. I'm really happy I made the upgrade to this one. It had everything I wanted...a flip phone with a camera, nice and thin but opens wide up. The metal and glass parts are a nice touch on the RAZR's, feels nicer than my old plastic phones. I kept hitting the internet button by mistake when I first got it and I got charged for it (I don't have a data plan), but figured out how to just password protect those features, so if I hit them by mistake, I can just cancel it.