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The V8 is based on the original Razr design, but it's more of a looker.
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The V8 is just a bit thinner than the Razr V3.
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We're fans of the V8's dark-blue color.
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The V8s camera sits just above the display. There's no flash, but you can use the external display as a viewfinder for self-portraits.
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The Razr2 is larger than its predecessor, but it's still portable.
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The V8's control are flush with the surface of the phone, but they have some texture.
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The V8 will win looks on the street--at least at for a while.
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Though the V8 has the same large and luscious external display found on all Razr2s, it doesn't make full use of the onscreen buttons.
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