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Motorola RAZR maxx V6 review: HSDPA flip take two

Motorola RAZR maxx V6 review: HSDPA flip take two

GSMArena team, 28 June 2007

Motorola keeps reusing its trustworthy old RAZR V3 design in almost all of its current models. Probably most of the users will agree that this is not a bad thing at all, as those are one of the finest, most beautiful phones on the market. RAZR maxx V6 is no exception to the rule.

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Motorola SLVR L9 review: Not much has changed

Motorola SLVR L9 review: Not much has changed

GSMArena team, 13 April 2007

Motorola have continued their tradition of the RAZR-like designed phones and the L-series has a new member, the SLVR L9. This phone is a direct successor of the L7 model and they do have a lot in common. In fact, they have almost no difference.

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Motorola MOTOFONE F3 review: Budget wonder

Motorola MOTOFONE F3 review: Budget wonder

Jan Horalík, 25 March 2007

Motorola Fone F3 or Motofone is a unique mobile device. It unites the latest modern trends, on one hand, and a very basic functional menu, on the other.


Motorola RIZR Z3 review: Sliding Moto

Motorola RIZR Z3 review: Sliding Moto

GSMArena team, 03 February 2007

Yes, it's true, Motorola have made slider phone with the RAZR looks. Its name is RIZR. The letter-game name still holds true. This is the first Motorola slider for the European and American markets. The Asians are a different story. Considering its big dimensions and the fact that it is a bit overweight one might think that Motorola RIZR slider won't be the most handy and comfortable phone to touch and use. One might be wrong then, the RIZR is extremely nice to touch as it is metal and rubber all around and leaves the greatest impression.

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Motorola KRZR K1 review: It's all about the looks

Motorola KRZR K1 review: It's all about the looks

Michal Sedlák, 11 Nov 2006

Motorola has launched a new leader. The popular RAZR is being substituted by the new KRZR, whose glossy materials look luxurious. On the other hand, the innovations made since the forerunner are very few. Is this wrong? Not at all, provided all you need is a new pretty toy.


Motorola PEBL U6 & RAZR V3i review: Fashionable duo

Motorola PEBL U6 & RAZR V3i review: Fashionable duo

Jan Horalík, 08 June 2006

The RAZR successor the Motorola V3i strives for continuing the legend its predecessor set the beginning of. Motorola has also another highly stylish clamshell, PEBL U6, which has a lot in common with the RAZR models and attracts attention equally well.


Motorola E1070 review: Chubby RAZR

Motorola E1070 review: Chubby RAZR

David Polesný, 23 April 2006

Motorola E1070 is an attractive clamshell offering plenty of features and the characteristics of the Motorola RAZR model. However, it is thicker. On the other hand, it has conveniences like 3G support, a megapixel camera, a MP3 player and a memory card slot.


Motorola SLVR L7 review: Slim style

Motorola SLVR L7 review: Slim style

Jan Horalík, 23 March 2006

Here comes the ideal mobile solution for all those who are not in love with clamshells, but do like Motorola Razr’s slim design. Motorola has decided to continue the path marked by its popular Razr by launching a new line of slim phones with classic construction. The best equipped among them is the new Motorola SLVR L7.


Motorola RAZR V3x review: Sweet-sour mix

Motorola RAZR V3x review: Sweet-sour mix

Michal Sedlák, 13 March 2006

Here comes the most equipped non-OS Motorola phone of all times! Not exactly a razor-thin phone, made of plumy plastic. It features a 2 megapixel camera with brilliant macro mode and flash LED, and a top-class display. 3G is a matter of fact. At the same time, its MP3 player as well as certain features, are somewhat poor.


Motorola L6 review: Affordable RAZR bar

Motorola L6 review: Affordable RAZR bar

Ivo Mareček, 02 February 2006

Everything started with the Razr. The success of the ultra thin clamshell has put Motorola on the top of the high-class phones. Intended for the ordinary user with its reasonable price, the Motorola L6 follows the example. The equipment however won’t shine much; at least the construction will inspire.


Motorola ROKR E1 review: iTunes inside

Motorola ROKR E1 review: iTunes inside

Jiří Kuruc, 07 October 2005

Motorola ROKR E1 seems to be a new and quite progressive mobile. Well, it is not really new, as it has origin in the older E398 model, but it does brings a sure novelty: a direct cooperation with the iTunes program as well as with one of the world’s biggest music dealers via internet - iTunes Music Store.

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Motorola MPx220 review: Perfect for business

Motorola MPx220 review: Perfect for business

Marek Lutonský, 30 January 2005

Motorola MPx220 has reached the top of our chart of mobile phones. It's a smartphone built on Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system and it works perfectly with a Windows PC. Moreover, Motorola added Bluetooth and a megapixel camera to the attractive clamshell.

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Motorola E398 review: A small stereo jukebox

Motorola E398 review: A small stereo jukebox

Jaroslav Snášel, 23 July 2004

Motorola E398 phone freely follows all company's previous V-models but the construction is classic and besides other functions it comes up with a revolutionary feature: it has two speakers and can play MP3 loud and in stereo.

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Motorola V80 review: Circus in a palm

Motorola V80 review: Circus in a palm

Jaroslav Snášel, 09 June 2004

The new Motorola V80 is one currently of the most luxurious phones. It comes out from the top model V600 but has a new stylish design and really unconventional construction.

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