The Gadgeteer - Motorola Razr V3 Review
I keep everything on there all my numbers for emergency to ballet instructors. When picking people up from the airport, I check my ...more
I am a single mom of a very active 6 year old girl. I barely carry anything I need to survive other then my slim razr and a wallet, both of which fit into pockets. I keep everything on there all my numbers for emergency to ballet instructors. When picking people up from the airport, I check my email to see if their flight is on time and get delays sent via text to me as soon as they happen. This has saved me so many trips to the airport where I have to end up parking and drinking stale coffee at baggage claim. In fact, I have had this phone since its initial release and it has held up to my daughter doing some very experimental photography involving hitting the camera phone into objects as she takes the pictures and it is running like a champ. Since I am about to switch carriers, I will make certain whoever I go to carry's the V3 so I can keep on keeping on.
Motorola's RAZR V3 has been very dependable for me. Using T-Mobile service, I rarely get dropped calls here in Los Angeles. The phone itself fits easily and comfortably either in my pants pocket or jacket pocket. The camera takes decent pix, but not stellar. Not the latest and greatest tech anymore, but reliable and still sleek. I recommend it - especially if you can get it free, which many cell companies offer if you sign up for new service or extend your contract.