The slim Motorola Razr sparked a cell phone design revolution. Read full review
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Following its debut in 2004, users flocked to the trim, sexy profile. Hard to find at first, it's now everywhere. Read full review
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On the other hand, it looks a bit boxy and bland from the front. Read full review
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The Razr V3xx's sole speaker is on its rear face. Read full review
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The Razr V3xx closely resembles most other Razr models before it. Read full review
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As was the case with its Razr siblings, the Razr V3xx's flat keypad can be tricky to use. Read full review
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The Razr V3xx slips easily into a pocket. Read full review
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The Razr V3xx's 1.3 megapixel camera lacks a flash. Read full review
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