Motorola RAZR V



Motorola RAZR V

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By TechRadar AU on 60

This is a pretty decent entry level smartphone. The catch is that it doesn't really have an entry level price point. To be perfectly honest, it feels like a generational upgrade to the original Razr, which is exactly what it was. That's all well and...

By Smarthouse on 70

Now Motorola has released a junior version of the Razr, cramming all of the best bits into a significantly cheaper price range. The next generation Razr is called the Razr V. At 8.4mm, it's marginally thicker, but at 128.5mm tall, it's also a fair bit...

By Channel News Australia on 70

It was almost a year ago Motorola wowed audiences with its out-of-no-where flagship, the Motorola Razr. At 7.1mm, it managed to be insanely thin, all the while retaining features akin to thicker...

By Good Gear Guide on 75

Motorola doesn't break any new ground with the RAZR V, but it offers good value for money and is better designed than its predecessor. However, the RAZR V ultimately offers little incentive to switch from rival...

By Good Gear Guide on

Motorola has had a quiet year in Australia so far, with the low-cost Defy Mini the only smartphone to see the light in 2012. In a similar vein to that model, Motorola's new RAZR V is a slight refresh of an already existing handset. It's hardly an...

By Android Central on

The Motorola RAZR V has been available in Canada for a few weeks now on Bell and WIND Mobile. For the most part, it comes off as a pared down version of the American Droid RAZR with the LTE stripped out, which isn't particularly attractive with the...

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To be honest, we really liked the RAZR V. It's got all of the specifications most people want in a modern smartphone, it's got a nice design which sits well in the hand, a nice and responsive touchscreen, and it doesn't come with a lot of bundled...

By Canadian Reviewer on

The Motorola RAZR V is thin at just 8.4 mm, it is also tough since this is a Kevlar encased Android smartphone with Corning's Gorilla Glass 2 on covering the screen.The V is running Android 4.0 OS, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich. But I've received no...

By on

The Motorola RAZR V is quite a smart phone in the BIG market. Not posing big hardware, the overall experience of the phone was good. Some the features worked their optimum performance although they could have been upgraded supporting bigger hardware. The...