f... Motorolas launching such a nice phone but where is radio. FM is manditory in any phones.
as you can see , video telephony is made when the flip is closed by using the main camera and the second screen as view finder.
First of all - for that Romanian who does not use a decent language - SHAME & DISGUST ON YOU !!! Please watch your language ! Secondly. I gotta say to all folks that nothing impressing abt Nokia. I've bee n through the entire N series collection but each phone sold after 1 month of use. Awaiting a buyer for my latest N80. Now I went back to the 1st love MOTO and got Razr V6 maxx 1 month ago and very happy. Fantastic,easy to use,quality pictures 2mp camera, excellent MP3 sound,very fast internet access.
regarding the comment on the tire of the razr look mot phone, i just like to ask 1 question to those that hv those comment, don't u tire of the se/noki candy bar look phone? to me they are all look almost the same to me, the form factor(candy bar), size, display, button n so on... i think those ppl just cant accept mot come up a more pretty phone than wat they love brand.
when will motorola improve on the same boring features e.g. camera, radio, and 125g,they are always behind in technology!!!
This phone does support video calling !! you close the flip and use the external screen, with side buttons to control the menu !
Really its a great phone from motorola.no doubt its beat nokia phones bcs of its nice features in sleek design.i love this phone but motorola pls look on to battery backup nd fm radio too.
Just bought a Razr V6 Maxx last Feb. Now I want this phone. Congrats to Motorola for another nice looking and even slimmer phone. Who cares about GPRS, Wi-Fi and 5mp cameras if it's the size of a brick? I'd rather have a phone that's easy to carry, light, looks great and one that feels good in my hands. Different phones for different folks. Don't bash a phone just because it doesn't have the features you like. Instead, go out and buy the one you like.
Beside HSDPA...nothing special!!!
I have the Nokia N95...nobody beats this phone so far...Sorry for the tired looking phones fans of Motorola!
Yes, V9 does support 3G, in fact is a HSDPA mobile, but it does not support video calling/conferencing (it hasn't got this feature)....(it mentioned in their website).
HSDPA means high speed when browsing the internet.
It has video call camera...it is the 2mp camera on the outside tht will serve as a video call camera...
motorola needs to stick its head out of its ass, they've been using the same design for four years, and it doesn't seem like they are stopping.
Nice...but miles away from Nokia's top phones...no wlan...nothing magical with this phone!
i think the camera for vid call is the 2mp camera. the external screen is wide enough to do the job...
It makes my blood boil when people keep harking on about the rzr type design,,,Nokia make candybar and sliders every fone they bring out so why dont you silly buggers go to them forums and argue how other makes keep bringing out candybars eh go on you soft heads,,,motorola have got this groundbreaking design what they invented and IS iconic,,,they bring out the razer design with improved apps and hardware in their ICONIC DESIGN,,,Nokia and s/e and samsung are only doing the same thing improving specs etc in the same old candybar design thats as old as the mobile fone !!! So lets look at this then,nokia are bringing out the same design since day one and still bring out the candybar design"aka 1100 model 8 years old"so they are more to blame then your ignorant sods than moto who only introduced this in june 2004 ...Moto do right in bringing out more updated razer fones as all others do candybar sliders and on it goes whereas moto shook the world and brought out somthing really different and sold millions of them "and" will sell millions more as people get wise to newer technologies and want them but do not wish to despose of the iconic razer looks and sexy styling of the handset they fell in love with..Now they can safely do that by buying the same iconic design they wish to live with each day of their lives but with all the new advances in technology built in