The Razr2 V8 was released in July 2007. As of October 15, 2007, T-Mobile had offered the V8 model. It has 420 MB on board memory, but there is a version with 2 GB on board memory. It also features EDGE.
The Razr2 V9m was released through SK Telecom on June 29, 2007, and Verizon Wireless on August 29, 2007 in the US. RAZR2 V9m- 2 Mbit/s EV-DO, 65k color display, 45 MB onboard memory, supports up to 2 GB microSD. It also has EV-DO.
The Razr2 V9 was released on September 1, 2007 and was exclusively made available through AT&T It has 3.6 Mbit/s HSDPA, 262k color display, 3G, 512 MHz CPU, ~50 MB on board memory, and supports up to 32 GB microSD. It did not have EV-DO like the V9m.
The processor speed was doubled (compared to the V9m), and had a new feature called Crystaltalk.
The Razr2 V9x was released in December 2008. Replacing the V9 on AT&T, the V9x adds support for AT&T's "AT&T Navigator" GPS software as well as Video Share. It has 3.6 Mbit/s HSDPA, 262k color display, 512 MHz CPU, ~50 MB on board memory, supports up to 8 GB microSD, video telephony and GPS.
The television commercial features the song "Le Disko" from the electronica band Shiny Toy Guns. Also featured are models Nikolett Barabas and Matt Mullins in a fight scene involving using the phones to slash each other's clothes (like a namesake razor).
A Razr2 commercial by Sprint for North America features several RAZR2's impaled into various objects. It then shows Eric Mangini, then head coach of the NFL's New York Jets, watching on his Razr2 highlights of a Jets game that were critical of the team's performance; he flings the phone in disgust, with the phone impaling a car.