The Motorola V3, one of the thinnest clamshell phones in the world.
Here is one spectacularly good-looking handset. To start with, it's thin. Very thin. Less than 14mm separates the front from the back, yet there's room for a camera and a colour screen on the outside. Flip it open and you're greeted with a much larger colour screen and the keypad, although calling it a 'keypad' really doesn't do it justice.
But is the V3 all style and no substance? Not a chance. It offers everything you'd expect from a top-class handset, including polyphonic ringtones, a 260,000-colour display, video playback, Bluetooth connectivity and quad-band coverage. The Motorola V3 reinvents the flip phone as a must-have mobile that's genuinely pocket-sized.
Talk time: 6.67 hours
Standby: 250 hours (10.4 days)
Display: 176x220 pixels
Dimensions: 3.86" x 2.09" x 0.54" (98mm x 53mm x 14mm)
I had a V3 delivered to me on Thursday. Lasted for 3 minutes (literally) before the softkeys at the top of the keypad stopped working, so I've got another one arriving on Monday. Hopefully this one should last long enough for me to form an opinion on it.................
It seems like alot of people in my area are buying the motorola v400 that I have now I know 4 of my cousin's just bought one and about 4 other people in my grade just in the last week seems like up in wisconsin this phone is getting popular
The sleek hot new Moto Razr V3 is my favorite phone on the market today. The V3 just screams style with its external and internal color screens along with its silver buttons and thin design. If I had $700US to spend on a phone the V3 would be the one. My next choice would be the Treo 650 because of its PDA functionality.