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The first Razr of them all, the GSM V3 debuted with Cingular in late 2004 and then arrived at T-Mobile later the next year. Silver was the first color available.

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The sleek black version of the Razr V3 was the second model available. It landed at both Cingular and T-Mobile.

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The magenta V3 for T-Mobile brought the first splash of color to the Razr.

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Cingular countered with its own brightly-colored version, the pink Razr V3.

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Cingular introduced a blue version of the Razr V3 and late rolled out a pearl gray edition as well.

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The first CDMA Razr, the V3c for Verizon Wireless was the first 3G (EV-DO) Razr. Though Verizon also introduced a pink model, the silver version came to US Cellular and Alltel.

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Not long after it rolled out the V3c Verizon Wireless introduced its second Razr, the V3m. The new model, which came in pink as well, added a music player and an external memory slot. Recently Amp'd Mobile picked up its own version of the phone.

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Cingular's long-awaited V3i brought iTunes compatibility to the Razr. It also comes in dark blue, maroon and violet. And don't forget the blinged-out Dolce and Gabanna version in gold.

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Though it's not available with a U.S. carrier the Razr V3x supports 3G (HSDPA) networks and offers two digital cameras, a music player and an external memory slot.

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The new Razr Maxx offers much of the same features as the Razr V3x but it adds touch-sensitive music controls on its front face. It's a bit smaller than its predecessor as well.

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