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Motorola RAZR-V3c

Description:

The Motorola Razr V3c with CDMA technology comes inside an ultra-thin designand includesadvanced features like MPEG4 video playback, Bluetooth® wireless technology, a digital camera and more. And with the precision-cut keypad, minimalist styling and metal finish, the V3c looks just as beautiful as it performs. The Razr V3c features: EV-DO technology, Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS),downloadable ringtones,and full-audio ringtones. Integrated digital VGA camera with 4x zoom, image quality options, and auto-timer Photo phone book and picture Caller ID, Built-in speakerphone, and BREW technology. Key personal organizer attributes include calendar, calculator, alarm clock, and currency converter.

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  • Bluetooth
  • Speakerphone

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General Info
ManufacturerMotorola
TechnologyCDMA
Data Type2G
Device TypeFeature Phone
Operating SystemNone
Physical Specifications
Height3.90 Inches
Thickness0.60 Inches
Weight3.49 Ounces
KeyboardKeypad
Display Specifications
Touchscreen Size0.00 Inches
Audio/Video Specifications
Rear Camera1.00 Megapixels
Hearing Aid CompatibilityM3
Battery Specifications
Standby Time215 Hours
Talk Time80 Minutes
Memory Specifications

Average user reviews

Based on 14 Reviews

Overall
3.714285
Display
4.285715
Reception
3.785715
Battery Life
2.285715
Design
4.214285
Apps
3.714285
Display:
5
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
2
Design:
4
Apps:
4
Overall:
Review Rating: 
4

Would Recommend to a friend.

Motorola RAZR V3c

Posted on: August 20th, 2009 by Olivia Jones

The good: Durable, nice photo quality, great sound quality for ringtones.The bad: Lack of memory card slot, short battery life.Summary: I've had this cell phone for 2 years and I would definitely recommend this for others. It's physically durable (I've dropped mine many times) and the visuals are great. The speaker allows you to buy great ringtones that sound great and the camera takes decent pictures and video. In the last few months of my two years with this phone, my main issue now is the battery life. If I don't charge it every night, it will be dead in 24 hours. If I text or use the alarm clock, it will drain the battery.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
3
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
1
Design:
4
Apps:
4
Overall:
Review Rating: 
3

Would Recommend to a friend.

Motorola Razr V3c

Posted on: December 1st, 2008 by G. D.

The good: Nice slim design. Decent reception. Great picture quality. The bad: Poor battery life. Screen freezes. Overall phone construction is very poor. Prone to hinge breaks. Summary: Very disapointed in general. Purchased (2) of these phones. Between my daughter and myself, the both of us have had a total of 6 phone replacements with this model. Issues ranging from hinges falling apart to freeze up resulting in lock down of the phones, along with keypad peel off. I've heard the newer motorola models have corrected some of these issues.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
5
Reception:
5
Battery Life:
2
Design:
5
Apps:
5
Overall:
Review Rating: 
4.5

Would Recommend to a friend.

Great for a kid but maybe not an adult

Posted on: March 1st, 2008 by kim rathor

The good: It has a nice design, a kid may need this phone more than an adult because it is meant for kids. The fun games make it hard to put down, and it isnt too fragile.The bad: the battery life is pretty short so youll have to charge it whenever you get a chance.Summary: I love this phone and its style. if you are looking for a phone...than buy the razr prepaid phone. (but only if you have the time to charge it)

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
5
Reception:
5
Battery Life:
2
Design:
5
Apps:
5
Overall:
Review Rating: 
4.5

Would Recommend to a friend.

Great For a kid but maybe not an adult

Posted on: March 1st, 2008 by kim rathor

The good: It has a nice design, a kid may need this phone more than an adult because it is meant for kids. The fun games make it hard to put down, and it isnt too fragile.The bad: The battery life is pretty short so youll have to charge it whenever you get a chance.Summary: I love this phone and its style. if you are looking for a phone...than buy the razr prepaid phone. (but if you have the resposabillity to chrge it often)

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
3
Reception:
2
Battery Life:
1
Design:
3
Apps:
3
Overall:
Review Rating: 
2.5

Would Not Recommend to a friend.

Razr V3c

Posted on: February 24th, 2008 by Pam Branham

The good: Lightweight, slim and easy to carryThe bad: No external antenna. Summary: Great phone for metropolitian areas. Not so good for rural areas; like where I live.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
4
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
2
Design:
4
Apps:
3
Overall:
Review Rating: 
3.5

Would Recommend to a friend.

Razr 3vc

Posted on: August 13th, 2007 by chris underwood

The good: It has a big screen,it has blue tooth,has good camera,very thin,The bad: unlike the v3m it dosent have a slot for a memory car,no flash for the cameraSummary: Its a nice phone, it come with a camera,but doesent have a flash, it comes with blue tooth .its light wieght and can do all the media functiuon like picture messageing and go on the internet if your carrier has that option.its also very thin

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
4
Reception:
3
Battery Life:
2
Design:
4
Apps:
4
Overall:
Review Rating: 
3.5

Would Recommend to a friend.

Good Phone, Lacks Some Basic Capabilities

Posted on: May 28th, 2007 by Jessica (Enduser)

The good: Pretty clear signal, slimness, takes pretty decent amount of abuse without breaking, clean aesthetics (etched keypad is lovely), beautifully clear polyphonic ringtones.The bad: Does not stay in back pocket, slippery, too wide for petite hands, memory gets low relatively quickly, batteries can be problematic, no flash, no "always-on" outside displaySummary: I owned the V3c for a year before losing it. During the first month, I replaced two batteries which caused my RAZR to freeze up and turn unresponsive; this indicated to me that OEM batteries may be problematic. While I enjoyed the slimness of this phone, it proved problematic because I would stick it in my back pocket automatically, and thanks to its sleek aluminum case, as soon as I sat down, it would slip out and I was consistently losing it. I do think the phone is a bit too wide for smaller hands but for the average/older American who is used to a land-line handset, they love it. The camera LACKS a flash and picture quality is only so-so. Voice activated dialing is a blessing, as is the quick sync with Motorola Bluetooth headsets, but you have to keep them relatively close together - as in, your back pocket to your headset. Ringers are loud and polyphonic, so your MP3 ringtones will sound great. Displays are colorful, large, and clear, but the outside display will *not* stay on, you must push a button to see what time it is, which is a pain. Even cheaper phones tell you time and date from the outside display, as well as have a flash, but this stupid, expensive phone does not. I had a gimpy Audiovox 8910 from 2005 that had better features than my 2006 RAZR.I do have raves about the durability though. I have dropped my V3c on the pavement, watched it fall and bounce across parking lots, and down wooden flights of stairs. My phone was chipped and dented on all the plastic parts, but it still managed to work. While I don't recommend being abusive, because your phone might not take it, it's good to know that it is pretty durable.Battery life gets steadily worse over time, at most you will usually get 1 day of standby by the time you hit a year of use. Memory is pretty low, and if you have a penchant for text messaging, video, ringtones, or pictures, expect it to fill up relatively quickly. There are no included accessories to this phone beside the home charger, so expect to pony it up for car charger, wrist strap, and cases/belt clips.V3c and V3m prices on auction sites (eBay) are pretty comparable, if you are a media-heavy person, pay extra and pick up a V3m, which has expandable memory up to 1 GB. That is the one improved aspect of the V3m over the V3c, otherwise, nothing much has changed between the two models.One last note: Verizon cripples its V3c(s) from full-media functioning, while Alltel does not, plus there can be activation issues if you are buying a second-hand phone, so make sure you buy the correct company and from a reputable seller.So: It's a good, somewhat trendy phone, and after awhile, you'll get used to its lack of basic necessary features (flash/always-on outside display/crappy battery life) and fall in love with its quality features (voice activated dialing, bluetooth, slimness, anticipatory responsive text-messaging). Worth a year of use, at least 'till they com

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
5
Reception:
3
Battery Life:
3
Design:
2
Apps:
1
Overall:
Review Rating: 
3

Would Recommend to a friend.

no. NO. NO!

Posted on: May 5th, 2007 by Christen Q

The good: I can put it in my pocket when I'm wearing tight pants. battery life is pretty good in the first 3 monthsThe bad: It lags like CRAZY & cheap design. Battery life on the decline.Summary: I gave into peer pressure and bought this phone since it (was) trendy. Anyway, I was super excited when I first bought it, but it didn't take long for me to start hating it. You have to memorize the menu options becuase it lags so long/freezes sometimes. I feel like I am using 56k internet on this thing! It seriously takes F O R E V E R to even go through the contact list to make a phone call. AND All the buttons are peeling off! Don't know if it's my makeup that makes it happen, but it's annoying & looks weird/gross.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
5
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
1
Design:
5
Apps:
4
Overall:
Review Rating: 
4

Would Recommend to a friend.

DGGN MY RAZR

Posted on: April 19th, 2007 by band wagon

The good: Thin & Phat all at the same time - It'd cut like a knife through buttaThe bad: Sucks the life outta the battery - it's a little wobbly like a booble head on it's hinge after a yearSummary: Vowels are great on Wheel of Fortune - but Motorola struck it rich by leaving them out of the RAZR. The rest of the line just doesn't have the same panache as the original.This is a great little phone, thin light and totally phat. The keys are great for playing usa today sudoku to my heart's content and the display is great for searching for my favorite wildkittens scores on yahoo. Really, to tell you the truth. I like it, but I'm looking to replace it with the U740 and it's full keyboard action. I donno about the small number keys tho, bro.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

Display:
5
Reception:
5
Battery Life:
5
Design:
5
Apps:
5
Overall:
Review Rating: 
5

Would Recommend to a friend.

Motorola V3C

Posted on: November 27th, 2006 by Tara B.

The good: Easy to use contact lists and easy to download games and ringtones.The bad: Constantly drops calls whenever i'm around computers and the video recording only lasts 15 seconds.Summary: As part of the Razr family, the Motorola Razr V3c for Verizon casts the same slim profile that has made it the most popular cell phone. At 3.9 by 2.1 by 0.6 inches and 3.5 ounces, the V3c is a hair bigger and heavier than the original Razr, but you don't notice the difference at all. In fact, it slips so easily into a pocket that it can be difficult to feel the vibrating ring. I liked the pink coloring. The external display and controls and the location of the camera lens are the same on the first Razr. And here again, there's no camera flash.

This review is the subjective opinion of the user and not of PhoneDog.com

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