Alltel's Razr2 reviewed

Alltel's Razr2 may not be completely powerful, but it is pretty.

Motorola Razr2 V9m
Alltel's shiny Razr2 Corinne Schulze/CNET Networks

After the iPhone debut, the launch of the Motorola Razr2 has been the biggest cell phone news of the summer. We've reviewed AT&T's Razr2 V9 and both the Verizon Wireless and Sprint versions of the Razr2 V9m, so now we turn our attention to the V9m with Alltel. Like its siblings, Alltel's handset offers a slick, stylish design and a host of high-end multimedia features. Of course, this being a Razr2, Alltel customized the handset's external display and added its own features, like its Celltop application and support for TeleNav GPS. It's not quite as action-packed as its counterparts, but it's still a very decent handset. Check out our full Alltel V9m review or look at the pretty pictures in our slide show.

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