RAZR V3i Phone

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Motorola released the RAZR V3, a sleek, thin, and stylish phone in 2004 and was an instant success. Though it was not as advanced software and hardware-wise as most other phones, the RAZR's major selling point is how incredibly thin it is. The RAZR featured an 0.3 Megapixel VGA camera, no video recording, only 5 MB of storage space, yet was successful and remains very popular.

On November 8th, 2005, Motorola announced the RAZR V3's unofficial successor, the V3i.


The Motorola RAZR V3i was released on November 8th, 2005 and is the latest cell phone to incorporate the iTunes Music Player.

  • Updated and streamlined Motorola RAZR V3 design
  • Quad-band GSM
  • 1.23 megapixel digital camera with 8x digital zoom, video capture and full screen viewfinder
  • iTunes™ music software or Motorola’s Digital Audio Music Player** with mini-USB stereo headset
  • Airplane mode
  • Hot swappable TransFlash™ memory card
  • 262K color wallpapers & screensavers on internal display
  • 65K color support on external display
  • Speaker independent name & digit dialing
  • Dedicated browser and messaging keys***
  • Integrated Class 1 Bluetooth technology with imaging, printing, peer to peer gaming profiles
  • Motorola’s SCREEN3 technology* solution featuring zero-click access to news, sports, entertainment and other program content*
  • Rich, pre-loaded or downloaded J2ME™ games, screen savers and MP3 ringtones


The RAZR V3i is the second phone to have iTunes on it. The first phone by Motorola, the ROKR, was criticized for its major flaws, poor design, and bad incorporation of iTunes into the phone. It is the most returned phone ever, with guesses that a third of all purchasers returned the phone.

Motorola hopes to have a successful iTunes phone with the RAZR V3i.