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We've just received a fresh round of release dates on AT&T, and if we had to pick a single word to describe the theme here, it'd be \"colors.\" Shades upon shades of phones -- both new and old -- will see a release on AT&T in the next couple of months, starting with the Sony Ericsson Z750a, th

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AT&T may be about to add the RAZR 2 V9 to its stable, effectively halving any remaining desire we had for the original RAZR V3 line of devices -- but that's apparently not stopping the carrier from trying to milk a few final drops from the played out design. According to the most recent dealer p

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The color, that is; not the metal. AT&T has officially released the 3G RAZR variant in \"platinum,\" which we think is code for \"silver.\" Specs are pretty much the same as the charcoal and gold versions before it, though this will be the first color to sport full AT&T branding inside and out

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If there's one thing AT&T's 3G offerings have lacked thus far, it's been a gaudy overabundance of yellow metal. Well, problem solved. The midrange V3xx has been re-rendered in a lovely gold shade, decidedly more flashy than the original gunmetal gray variant. Features carry over, meaning we ge

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We just peeped it with the FCC and on the pricing sheet. Now, just like we expected, out pops the Motorola V3xx on the new AT&T. Sure, it's no MAXX or SYNC but we're not going to complain about having another HSDPA option in the US market. Although, we'd have preferred free over the $80 it'll co

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We just peeped it with the FCC and on the pricing sheet. Now, just like we expected, out pops the Motorola V3xx on the new AT&T. Sure, it's no MAXX or SYNC but we're not going to complain about having another HSDPA option in the US market. Although, we'd have preferred free over the $80 it'll co

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Oooh, lookey! See that lil' orange splat on the left? With phones like the Samsung SYNC in Cingular's 3G arsenal, the V3xx won't be unique by the time it launches -- and it certainly won't be the first bearing HSDPA -- but hey, broadband data is still broadband data; we'll take what we can get and

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It may be no match for its MAXX cousin, but the scrappy lil' Motorola V3xx (alias \"MOTORAZR xx\") does alright for itself -- especially this side of the pond, where folks are still relatively starved for HSDPA-equipped handsets. The latest FCC filings reveal that the V3xx will be heading to (or at l

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Hong Kong gets the KRZR first, Australia gets the MAXX first... what's next, Italy first out of the gate with the V3xx? Well, actually, yes. Telecom Italia's mobile division, TIM, is now showing the HSDPA-infused RAZR for a pricey €299 -- about $380 for us yanks, which is a smidge more than we

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For all we know, the FCC didn't even notice this was a new model; that's just how close the MOTORAZR xx is to its older RAZR siblings in appearance. The phone pretty much looks the same as it did when it got unceremoniously announced a few months back, though you can now browse a rather brief draft

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So, this actually went down a couple days ago, and we've been sitting here trying to process all the information ever since. The idea of any carrier -- let alone a non-Japanese one -- announcing thirty-one handsets in one fell swoop simply boggles our mortal minds. We take it so seriously, in fact,

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Pardon us for letting the V3xx get lost in the sea of Moto product announcements last week, but can you really blame us? Visually, it's the same old V3. Sure, it's got EDGE, HSDPA, A2DP, and a 1.3-megapixel camera, but again: visually, it's the same old V3. We salute the RAZR for everything it's do

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