Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Motorola RAZR V3i i-Tunes

Have Motorola done it again? When Motorola launched it's Razr V3 it was an instant hit.
The slimness, the shape and the functionality appealled to everyone. The silver high tech, the macho black and the girlie pink all found their niches making the Motorola Razr V3 the most popular mobile phone.

The long awaited upgrade the V3i with it's two screen option of an internal 254k colour screen or 64k external colour screen using SCREEN3 technology to bring you instant news and sport content. A TransFlash memory card compatible up to an incredible 512mb and independant speaker voice recognition. While still remaining inside the 14mm thickness, is here.

But not happy with that, the Motorola V3iM mobile phone takes Motorola's popular RAZR flip design adds an expandable memory then goes a step further by including Apple i-Tunes compatibility.

The result is a music player that's delightfully easy to use. Press the Music key - that's what the 'M' at the end of the name stands for in case you wondered - and you're able to browse through playlists to choose your favourite songs. Just as importantly Apple's iTunes software also makes it easy to transfer songs from your PC. In fact the Motorola V3iM is a perfect companion whether you already have an iPod or if you're just joining the digital music revolution.

Take a break from your favourite tunes and you'll discover a 1.23 megapixel camera for photos and videos. The large high-resolution colour display will act as a full-screen viewfinder or if you prefer you can use the smaller external screen for self-portraits. In addition this ultra-slim camera phone offers you Java games MP3 ringtones a personal organiser voice-activated calling and quad-band international coverage. But we reckon it's the music features that'll convince most people. The Motorola V3iM has taken the mobile music player and transformed it into a svelte style icon.


Sleek and stylish fold-open design
1.23 megapixel camera
MPEG4 Video playback
2 colour displays: Internal 256K colours external 65K
SCREEN3 Technology (Instant access news & sport content)
E-mail client (POP3 IMAP4 SMTP)
Speaker independent voice recognition
TransFlash memory card compatible up to 512MB
Polyphonic speaker with MP3 ringer
Electro-luminescence keypad illumination panel
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)
Quad Band

If you have used this phone or have any opinions on it please leave a comment.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

A great phone but if you want 2 way video and still have an MP3 player try the V3x

10:16 am


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