The samsung D500 is definately better than the V3......NO COMPARISON! The D500 is in a totally different class with much higher specification.
Forget the V3 or any other motorola phones cause they are not user friendly at all. My advise to you is to avoid motorola phones.......just don't want you to regret or pissed off by moto hand phones. By the way, the V3 is too wide & too long. In another words, it's too big!
Could u please tell me whis is better, the V3 or samsung D500 coz im going to buy one,but cant decide between them BIG PIMPA
Can u download mp3 files from a pc to the v3 and set them as ringtones?
Could u please tell me whis is better, the V3 or samsung D500 coz im going to buy one,but cant decide between them
Not user friendly & too big. Can Moto make a new version narrower & shorter?
The V3 is really too wide & long!
by the way, the V3 is too long and too wide........difficult to handle! can't manage with one hand! quite a disappointing design!
motorola phones don't even have the "call screening" function! the best they can do is provide a function call "call barring"........which need to be supported by service provider!
dick george - wait till nokia build a phone exactly like that and you will say it is a brilliant design rite? come on ppl....when moto build the v-series everyone said it was ugly.....now look at how many manufacturers design clam shape flip phones?? Answer - nearly all of them. Obviously aluminium has got to be heavier than the cheap plastic casing in Nokia that you have to change every month rite?
what a piece of techno garbage, terrible overhyped piece of crap! argh cant believe i spent 50 pounds on this!
this phone is so wide and long and kind of heavy. there is a lot of design fault. can't even handle this phone with one hand! what a piece of metal garbadge!
ABSOLUTELY TRUE :
As long as a 3G phone & much wider. What the hell are you doing MOTO?
it's not thin and it's not light! just like a regular phone and it's heavy too! nothing special about this one!
Design and style supremacy. Awesome sounds and colours. The phone that everyone wants when you use it in public. Bravo MOTO!
Those who are writing that the features are crap really should have read the full technical details before considering buying it.
If you go out and buy a TV cos its new, and dont read any of the descriptions about the TV, or try it out before buying it, then take it home and realize that the picture isnt quite as good as you expected it to be or that it only has mono speakers instead of stereo.
Does anyone think that these people really have a right to be complaining about the absense of these features?
because I think people should take more responsibility for their own purchases and not blame the company who designs and manufactures the product for making their product in a certain way.
I know quite a lot about what goes into the process of producing a product, and I know that a company spends a lot of time thinking about what market they are targeting with that specific product, and they make decisions about what features should be included with that product based on the market they are targeting.
With the Motorola V3, they were obviously targeting a market who didnt neccesarily need a phone with a camera with a huge resolution, or an mp3 player, or a huge internal memory, or video capture, or the width of a regular "candy bar" phone. They are not targeting people who are willing to spend only $50 on a phone.
They are targeting people who are looking for a stylish, slim, metallic phone, which will make people look at them and be impressed, and who aren't worried about spending their money on that type of phone.
If you have only non-constructive criticisms, like:
"Another Motorola crap. . .made in metal. One of the worst phone I have owned recently. This V3 phone is made for suckers only. Glad I sold mine yesterday."
which doesn't tell us anything about why they decided to sell the phone, only that they dont like metal exteriors on phones. My response?
IF YOU DONT LIKE METAL EXTERIORS ON PHONES, DONT BUY A PHONE WITH A METAL EXTERIOR!!!!
Also, responding to the comment about the phone rusting. Motorola would have spent a lot of time researching into what conditions the phone would have to be placed in or remain in, to show any signs of rust. I would presume that a phone of this price (therefore quality) would have to remain in a very high humidity area (ie. the tropics, or underwater) and be in contact with another metal which would cause it to rust, for a considerable amount of time, in order for it to rust. I am sure that in the manual provided with the phone that Motorola has specifically stated in the "care for you phone" section that the phone should not remain in high humidity areas for any considerable amount of time.
Therefore, if the phone rusts, IT IS THE FAULT OF THE OWNER AND NOT OF MOTOROLA!
In conclusion, read the specifications of the phone, then decide if you actually want a phone that doesn't have the features of high end phones. Also decide what you want out of a phone,
this phone is based around having a great design, and should be considered that way if you want to buy a phone.
Finally, if you still want this phone, but dont think you are willing to pay the full retail amount, then check out www.mobilefonezone.net/v3razr.htm to discover how to get this phone for only 20 pounds. Read through the site, find out for yourself how it works and decide whether you are willing to put your money into such a fantastic opportunity.