Review of Motorola Razr2 V8

The Motorola RAZR 2 V8 has been a very successful phone since it was released, it looks just as good as it performs! With a sleek stylish design it will be very popular amongst people that go for looks over performance. It has two screens with the outer screen having touch sensitive controls utilising today’s technology to the fullest. Both screens have a great 320 x 240 pixels and are capable of having 18 bit colours so you can rest assure that they will be highly visible in any condition thrown at you.

The phone itself has many of the require features such as Bluetooth, Infrared and UBS connectivity making customization easier than ever, simply hook it up to your pc with the software included and you will be able to send over music, images, themes and screensavers to suit your mood. It is capable of having mp3’s so you can use the amazing 2000mb memory as an mp3 player but be careful – you cannot buy optional memory cards so you are limited to the factory basic memory (although it will be big enough for most users!).

It has a decent camera as well but it’s not the main attraction, if you are choosing a phone in order to take professional photos then you would be better staying away from this phone as the mega pixel is just 2. Don’t get me wrong, it will be capable of taking crisp clear photos and videos but there are better cameras on phone available on the market. The Motorola RAZR 2 V8 has all of the day to day functions of a mobile phone such as alarm, calculator, address book, voice dialling and many more so you can be sure it will keep up with its competition for a long time to come!

To say this phone has some of the most wanted features of today’s mobile phone users it only weighs 117g and has dimensions of just 53 x 103 x 12 mm so you can be sure to fit it in your pocket or bag. The battery life will also do you proud as it can last a shocking 280 hours on standby or have a 500 minute (8.3 hour) conversation before you even need to recharge the battery. Many people believe that battery life is essential with a new phone as you would hate for it to die on you when you need it most!

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