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Motorola's RAZR V3i and V3c CDMA RAZR with EV-DO

Ryan Block , @ryan


It took 'em a little while to get around to doing it, but Motorola finally got around to releasing an update to RAZR V3 called the RAZR V3i (above), as well as officially announcing the V3c CDMA RAZR with EV-DO we saw back in March at CTIA (photos after the break). The RAZR V3i has a 1.23 megapixel camera, while the CDMA RAZR has a 1.3 megapixel camera. Wish we had more info to give you on these things, but for whatever reason Moto isn't releasing them to much fanfare today; we're still unclear whether this is the fabled RAZR 2, but we do know that depending on the market of release, the V3i could run iTunes (those markets without iTunes will have Moto's own media player app, and their SCREEN3 passive content delivery app). One thing's close to certain, though: who's gonna get these phones, and dollars to donuts it'll be Cingular and Verizon, respectively. Moto claims they'll be available by the end of the year.

[Thanks, Sammy]


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