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The Razr returns

The Razr returns

Kent German Former senior managing editor / features
Kent was a senior managing editor at CNET News. A veteran of CNET since 2003, he reviewed the first iPhone and worked in both the London and San Francisco offices. When not working, he's planning his next vacation, walking his dog or watching planes land at the airport (yes, really).
Kent German
Motorola CEO Ed Zander said yesterday that Moto "caught and fixed the " that was affecting the company's popular Razr V3 cell phone. According to a Reuters story, the problem handsets used parts from a supplier that Motorola had begun to use only recently. Though that's a believable explanation for the fiasco, it doesn't explain why Razr users have reported similar problems since the phone's debut. In any case, Zander also said Motorola would continue to meet customer demand. As of today, both T-Mobile and Cingular have the Razr back for sale on their Web sites.