"Excellent Design"4.0 starson by ChaosBlizzard
Pros: Design, Factor, Look & Feel, Phone Functions, Bluetooth
Cons: Slow Processor (booting the phone is slow), VGA Camera, No memory expansion, MIC could be louder.
Summary: I just bought this phone from Cingular, in place of waiting for the Motorola L7. I am glad I did. There aren't many things you could consider "wrong" with this phone. Keep in mind, that's just what it is -- A PHONE. It's not your PDA, MP3 Player, Super Digital Camera, Laptop, and or Cold Fusion reactor.
The call quality on this phone is near perfect. The built in MIC could use a small boost in volume. It would be *nice* to have a memory expansion slot, yet it's not required. The only other thing I can think of that it could use is EDGE. No, I am not making a pun here. I am talking about high speed data transfer via EDGE technology. Although, I do find it funny that this phone is called the RAZR and that it does in fact lack EDGE (The technology -- not the kind you shave your face with :-P).
I give this phone an 8/10. The next version, V3i, will most likely "fix" any of the CONS this phone "suffers" from.Updated
I forgot to mention that I have used this phones bluetooth implementation. I have used it with both my headset and desktop computer. It successfully accepts multi-media from the desktop, such as wallpapers and or ring tones. It also sounds great with my Plantronics Voyage 510. The headset is also why I don't really mind the volume limitations of the phone. The headset more than makes up for it.
It was also very easy to pair my headset and my desktop to this phone. Yes, the phone does ask for permission to pair devices, and it requires that you enter a verification number to confirm the paring. I haven't noticed any significant battery drain by using bluetooth on this phone.