If you compare features with nokia 3110 classic they are almost same, then why one should pay so much ?
pls gys help me can you play music clips from the external screen thank heaps
can any tell me plz is motorola going to give f.m.radio feature in its every handset from next year means 2008
it has a nice design, nice features, and good performance. i like very much.
Yes, this phone will definately work in Japan.
Majority of Motorola phones produce excellent sound quality(including background noice cut to minimum), strong reception & good build quality.
Motorola produce "THE BEST" flip phones in the world & their phones do not heat up badly like Nokia phones !!!
Motorola... please never stop making phones cos all them Nokia, LG and co would not have anyone to copy anymore and we'll all be stuck with their tasteless phone designs and unstable OS's.
They're all copycats... you (Motorola) please just keep on maintaining your originality cos it's well appreciated by us consumers.
Good job...btw i got the V8 and it's the bomb!
ok this is an advice for motorolla company ...just stop making mobils ..bcoz its all ugly
hey i have a question, how can you use its 3G features without a secondary camera? can you guys explain it to me? coz i will buy one
No vga camera on the phone - there is a two mp on the front for high quality video/conferencing and a two mp on the back for general camera use. Unrivalled on that front.
Had the V6 Maxx and realised the V9 was the same Synergy software(with a few new tweaks)... coupled with the fact that i only used my 3G like 3%-5% of the whole time i had it and i way the rest of the time on the GSM 900/1800 band to also conserve battery power.
Putting all that 2getha it was a no brainer that the V8 was the genuinely better upgrade rather than the V9.
I think if u can... to really experience the new Razr 2... u need one with the Linux OS not Synergy... so should do a swap if ur able trust me... u wont regret it.
Traded in my v6 for £100 and got the V8 free so was a brilliant deal with Orange UK... flashed it same night and put the OEM software on it so no Orange branding... just gotta get new back cover and it will be 100% Motorola.
Also... battery first few days was rather poor and gave me only 12 hours... a week later after draining and re-charge... i get at least 36hours (with 1 hour talktime, 25 texts, 30-40mins vid and MP3 tracks, and some snaps and vids recorded).
I think the V8 is a better move really... i know some of you would absolutely luv ur V9 but in all truth... being that i used the V6 Maxx which is no doubt brilliant... i aint missing nothing.
V8 is kinda the REAL upgrade for the razr.
Hi there i bought this v9 phone from tlestra im wondering can it fix it up to read text messages from the external screen thanks heaps guys
I have the Motorola V9, and it's quite similar to it's predecessors.
The main difference is that the software on this phone is a lot faster than the previous motorolas. The external display screen is the same size as the internal screen. You are supposed to be able to read test messages from the outside screen, however if you get this phone from Telstra, the Telstra software will prevent you from being able to do this. Therefore the large screen on the front is only useful for changing the profile, playing MP3's (with the touch sensitive buttons), and viewing the huge clock.
The phone only has one camera on the outside, there is no internal VGA camera, but you can make video calls from the front screen.
The menu is identical to that of the V6 Maxx and V3xx.
One good thing about this phone is that the external display is scratch resistant and the phone itself can take up to 94kg of force whilst open - so it's tough.
Overall, this is a nice looking phone, but there is really nothing groundbreaking or different about it except for the touch sensitive buttons on the front display.