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Let's see, do we have enough RAZR colors to make a full spectrum now? Red, check. Orange? Yep, there was a \"pumpkin orange\" V3x back in the day. Yellow, eh, we suppose the D&G model counts for that. Green, you betcha. Blue, yep. Indigo / violet, well -- now's your time to shine. Apparently put

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We're sure you all immediately recognize the irony in a black phone made specifically for Product RED, so we'll spare you the jokes (though rest assured, it's killing us). The RED V3i eschews the red casing of its V3m cousin in favor of a more understated black, which, let's face it, is only margin

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As expected, a variety of goodies officially greeted us for the first time today on T-Mobile -- but if you're not a Motorola or Danger fan, said variety really isn't so varied after all. Out of the Motorola stable, we have the Miami Ink-themed \"Cherry Blossom\" and \"Dragon\" tattooed RAZRs, both of t

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Just when we all thought we could sit back and catch our breath after scooping T-Mobile's Dash deets, rebranding, and myFaves launch, here comes a barrage of information suggesting that the carrier's not about to let its product lineup rest on its laurels. Most of the information we have circulate

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In case you hadn't heard, Motorola is in the process of releasing its RAZR successor, the K1 and K1m, across the globe. Actually, we probably shouldn't have told you that, because we think T-Mobile wants you to get excited about their RAZR V3t -- a phone that seems to be nothing more than an old-s

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After much hemming and hawing the past few months -- including a couple of false starts -- you might like to know Cingular's finally freaking released the RAZR V3i. Yeah, seriously, it's on their site now, we're not even joking around. It'll cost you $250 after 2 year agreement and $50 mail-in rebat

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After much hemming and hawing the past few months -- including a couple of false starts -- you might like to know Cingular's finally freaking released the RAZR V3i. Yeah, seriously, it's on their site now, we're not even joking around. It'll cost you $250 after 2 year agreement and $50 mail-in rebat

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Who woulda thought Cingular would have so much trouble getting Moto's little ol' (emphasis on ol') V3i out the door? Well, they have; rumored release date after rumored release date has gone by without so much as a peep from corporate on the matter. We're at the point now where far more exciting thi

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It's hard for any phone to out-do the legendary StarTac, but Motorola's posterchild -- you know which one we're talking about -- has officially sold 50 million units. Since the Hong Kong debut way back in 2004, the RAZR has dominated the mobile scene, and with a figure like that, you have to give pr

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It's been widely known that the Motorola V3i and a variant of the BlackBerry 7130 are both expected for Cingular; the only question was when. That piece of the puzzle might be now be answered, thanks to our ol' buddy, The Canary-uncovering, Q-exposing Boy Genius: rumor has both these objects

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We're not entirely sure when it's to hit the streets, but we got our grimey gadget groping mitts on some internal Cingular launch docs for the Motorola RAZR V3i -- that'd be the RAZR with iTunes and MicroSD. Yep, that 100 song cap is still present, and the V3i isn't anything more than it used to be

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We're not entirely sure when it's to hit the streets, but we got our grimey gadget groping mitts on some internal Cingular launch docs for the Motorola RAZR V3i -- that'd be the RAZR with iTunes and MicroSD. Yep, that 100 song cap is still present, and the V3i isn't anything more than it used to be

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We can hardly blame Motorola for milking their incredibly successful RAZR line for all it's worth, and that sure seems to be their plan at CTIA. Today Moto is busting out a brand new musicphone RAZR titled the V3m, which sounds to be merely a V3i plus stereo Bluetooth, with a microSD slot for up

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We can hardly blame Motorola for milking their incredibly successful RAZR line for all it's worth, and that sure seems to be their plan at CTIA. Today Moto is busting out a brand new musicphone RAZR titled the V3m, which sounds to be merely a V3i plus stereo Bluetooth, with a microSD slot for up

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