The Motorola V3i RAZR cell phone combines functionality with a sleek design, and is available in a wide assortment of colors. Featuring bluetooth wireless technology and speaker name and digit dialing, the phone allows its user to have hands-free capabilities when making phone calls. Modeled after its predecessor, the V3, the V3i's design is characteristic of the RAZR's super-slim look, and is equipped with a 176 x 220 pixel (2.2 inch) internal color screen that allows the user to access features such as a built-in Web browser, currency calculator and calendar. In comparison to the V3, the V3i has a larger internal memory (13.5 mb), with the additional option of expanding the memory using a MicroSD card, a feature that the V3 does not have. Further differences can be seen within some of the V3i's multimedia features, including a higher resolution digital camera (1.23 megapixels) that is capable of shooting both pictures as well as video, and an mp3 player that uses either iTunes or Motorola's Digital Audio Player.
- MSRP: $150
- release date: November 8th, 2005
- dimensions: W - 2.09", H -3.86", D - 0.55"
- weighs 3.4 ounces
- bluetooth enabled
- talk time: up to 3 hours
- stand-by: up to 200 hours
- 13.5 mb internal memory with MicroSD memory slot for additional storage
- 1.23 megapixel camera with video playback
- features internal and external color screens
- available in 13 colors