Trust yourself. Do not trust those voting results ... they don't mean anything!
If you want a phone with gadgets, go for other brands. If you want the best call quality; Motorola phones are the best choices ... especially those models with the build-in 'voice clarity'.
Talking about name brand phones, Samsung are the worst! SonyEricsson are easiet to use & they have the best UI. Nokia phones are generally OK but nothing really outstanding!
I have a Vertu(also made by Nokia) & a 8800 Arte & I have owned all Nokia 8 series phones
since the 8810. They are top line phones from Nokia but call quality still can't cme close to Motorola!
With this RAZA2V9, I found that Motorola finally made improvement which is after setting the alarm; it will show an alarm icon on both screens.
Hope that my opinion can be of help to you?!
I mean, how can everyone be talking about how good this phone is and the voting results pretty much don't show the same opinion...Same goes with the U9, it's worse in voting results...
This phone model is a Quad-band, so you could use it on any part of the world.
There's no problem regarding UMTS, HSDPA, WCDMA and among others, because these are just mobile internet data networks being used to connect to the worldwide web.. these networks only vary on the speed capacity they bear (where HSDPA is the fastest) but beyond that their uses are all just the same..technically speaking
It is said that to be able to use in Japan you need UTMS. Can this phone be used in Japan?
there is one way i know of to transfer messages
that is to download super bluetooth hack off google and save it to your old phone or sdcard
A very good phone but a bit too wide! Actually Motorola could have used the extra space for a bigger screen, or make the phone a little bit smaller in all dimensions!
Here's a question. I recently bought the V9. My previous phone was the original RAZR back two years ago. Anyways, with the V9 I had to change my SIM card. They were able to copy my address book from one SIM card to the next. But that was all. So my question is, is there anyway to transfer all my saved text messages from my old phone to my new one? And if so, how?? Any input would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks
yes, it can do video calling... GUYS, why don't you check the features before judging the Phone?? Check here in GSMarena and also in Motorola so evryone will be at peace about this Video Calling Issue.
I myself before had an argurent right in this forum about the video call. I keep on saying it can't make video call because it doesn't have a secondary camera blah blah blah like that.. So I'M ADVISING EVERYONE HERE TO CHECK THE MOTOROLA SITES IF UR NOT SATISFIED IN GSMARENA.
I have both a Nokia E51 and a V9. I read somewhere that the V9 uses a 500mhz processor. However comparing with my E51, the V9 lags real bad.
For example, if i click successive button presses to navigate thru the menus, the V9 struggles to keep up and lags. However with my E51 every keypress in almost instant. Don't be fooled by people who says just cos its using Lunux-Java OS means its fast and stable. That may be true with computer OS, but sadly not the case here.
Secondly, the small battery takes really long to charge compared to other phones. This V9 with 950mAh battery takes about 2 hours to charge while the 1070mAh battery in my E51 charges is about 1.5 hours.
Moto never made any great advancements with the new RAZR series despit all the hype. User interface falls back in terms of effeciency. However they still are great as design though.
can this phone take pictures from the front ? with it's flip closed, i mean. & is it really shiny in real life, too ? i've never had a moto phone before. been using sony ericsson all the way but now i'm planning to get myself a v9. hopefully no regrets ! thanks.
"IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE!"
(a repost for the new comers)
Nope:) are you sure the Razor2 V9 has no videocalling feature?:) it's a tricky design.. normally, maybe consumers are just focusing on the "dual cam" presence of a certain phone but this time i think motorola has come up with a specific design that is a bit "tricky" in the human eye..
Here's how: If you would notice, the Razr-2 V9 has two screens in & out that seem to be of the same sizes?.. now, to perform video calling all you have to do is to close the flip, face to the camera, make a videocall, then Booom! you are now on-board! hehehe see that?:) how tricky, right?:)
hey i just got the fone today and i was trying to transfer files to it but my other devices cant seem to find it. i went to the setup and clicked 'find me' but it still wont get picked up by my other devices. can some one plese help me and tell me how to get it to be visible to other devices plese.
Yes, you have to close the flip to make or receive video call.
hi,just wanna ask those who already using this phone..is there any 2nd camera for video calling?seems like this phone only have one single camera at the front part..so does it mean whenever i want to make a video call i have to close the flip or turn it around?
hi all v9 user, does the external and inner screen can see clearly even under direct sunlight?