Motorola RAZR V3 to become 3G V1150?

Motorola RAZR 3G V1150

A 3G RAZR wasn't what we were expecting any time in the short term, but it seems Motorola may well be working on such a version of their RAZR V3 phone, which is here dubbed the V1150. Though it's entirely unconfirmed (and CG images don't exactly always lend to an air of credibility over, say, leaked product shots) the word on the street is that it'll be using WCDMA 3G (aka UMTS, which is in Cingular's upgrade path, of course) and tri-band GSM/GPRS. It's supposed to feature a 2.2-inch QVGA 260k color screen, an external 1-inch 96 x 80 color display, a 2-megapixel camera (vast improvement), 64MB flash and a memory slot (but we don't know which format—we assume TransFlash for miniSD), SyncML support, AAC, MPEG-4, WMV, WMA, MP3 and Real media playback, and the same Bluetooth and USB connectivity. And what's better, they're claiming it will be almost identical in dimensions—just thicker (0.77-inches to the V3's 0.54), which we think is still totally passable. Someone care to wake us up now?

[Thanks, Bryan]