The Razr revenge
Motorola rolls out yet more versions of its Razr cell phone
Congratulations on the phenomenal success of your Razr cell phone. It showed a true spirit of innovation and it sparked a cell phone design revolution that ushered in the thin handset craze. You certainly made the world sit up and notice your company once again. I just have one small request, however. Stop it already! After two years we're up to our ears in Razrs and we need something else. Please?
All right, I didn't write such a letter but I stand by my belief that Motorola has milked its record-breaking thin phone for far too long. But to my dismay today the company formally announced more Razr models. On the purely cosmetic front, T-Mobile is selling the Razr V3-Miami Ink (or V3t) collection. As we Razr V3 Cherry Blossom and the pearl gray Razr V3 Dragon are available for $89 with service. The feature set is unchanged from the T-Mobile's original
Moto also confirmed what we told you last month that Sprint will be getting a new Razr of its very own. Up until a couple weeks ago when Sprint started offering a
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