Yes, we have. The Motorola Razr VE20 is a Razr to the core. Still, it shows some slight design tweaks form the original model. Read full review
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The Razr VE20 has a large external display with a pleasant resolution. The display is covered by a mirrored finish. Read full review
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The Razr VE20 shows the familiar Razr profile that started the thin phone revolution. Read full review
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The Razr's VE20's external display features touch controls with Haptics feedback. Read full review
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The Razr VE20 has a brushed metal surface. Read full review
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With its retro design, the Razr VE20 won't catch looks on the street, but it's attractive nonetheless. Read full review
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The Razr VE20 keypad is flush, but it's relatively user-friendly. Read full review
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True to its Razr heritage, the VE20 travels well. Read full review
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The VE20 lets you take self-portraits, but it doesn't have a flash. Read full review
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