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Screen Grabs: iPhone messaging app spotted on a RAZR in Traffic Light

Vlad Savov
April 13, 2011
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The iPhone was indeed the handset to supplant the well-loved RAZR as America's favorite, but we're not so sure its messaging interface ever made it onto Motorola's slim clamshell. That hasn't stopped Fox's Traffic Light from rewriting history, however, as last night's episode featured a RAZR receiving a "smiley-faced emoticon" text message encased in an all-too-familiar grey speech bubble. Catch this crazy new invention on video after the break.

[Thanks, OMGitsShan]





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