Motorola RAZR V3x unveiled for US Market
On Motorola’s US website you will see the addition of the RAZR V3x which is said to be a variation of the Motorola V1150 that was launched at CeBIT this year. A quick rundown of its features reveals that the V3x is a 3G mobile phone. As such, many are speculating that it is using the HSDPA standard, which Cingular is set to launch later this year.
The RAZR V3x is literally screaming multimedia. It features a 2 mega-pixel camera that enables the capture of still and moving images. And together with a VGA camera the Motorola RAZR V3x is capable of real-time 2-way video calling.
If you always want to be ahead of the rest, then you will also appreciate Motorola’s SCREEN3 technology which enables you to view news, celebrity gossip, sports and other content directly on your mobile phone home screen without the need to push any buttons or launch a browser. Of course, knowing what’s latest also makes you want to share it with someone right? Well, do so immediately, hands-free, because the RAZR V3x features Bluetooth connectivity so you talk hands-free using compatible Bluetooth enabled gadgets.
RAZR V3x is anticipated to hit stores in the fourth quarter of 2005, no price is known.