Motorola RAZR V3c finds its way to Verizon Wireless

Motorola RAZR V3c finds its way to Verizon Wireless


The CDMA version of Motorola’s RAZR V3 will hit Verizon Wireless Communication Stores on December 12, just in time for some good holiday shopping. The EV-DO (Evolution-Data Optimized) ready phone looks just like its GSM cousins, sporting a super sleek thin flip phone design. What sets this particular incarnation apart is that it comes equipped with Verizon’s V CAST multimedia service, the first true wireless broadband multimedia service. This will provide users with high quality streaming video clips, great to watch on the phone’s 2.2” 176 x 220 internal TFT screen.

Other key features of the Motorola RAZR V3c are Bluetooth wireless connectivity (though not OBEX profiles), video recording, advanced speech recognition, an integrated speakerphone, and up to 30 MB of embedded memory. Picture ID is great on the 1.0” 96 x 80 external color display, and the 1.3 megapixel digital camera comes with different color effects as well, including sepia and negative. And of course, the phone is also compatible with standard MMS and SMS services.

The Motorola RAZR V3c can be had for $199.99, after the $100 rebate that goes with a two-year Verizon contract.