Motorola Razr3

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The Motorola Razr3 (often stylized as RAZR3) is a cancelled series of clamshell/flip mobile phones from Motorola, as the successor to the popular RAZR (and RAZR2) series.

The Razr3 consisted of one prototype model, the VE1. Due to the bankruptcy of UIQ Technology and Motorola's subsequent move to Android in 2009, the Razr3's worldwide release was cancelled. However, the phone was released in South Korea by SK Telecom in late 2009 as model V13, featuring CDMA instead of GSM/HSDPA. The Razr3 featured the Symbian operating system with the UIQ interface, an external touchscreen, and a 5.0 megapixel camera with an LED flash.

V13[edit]

Motorola Razr3 V13 (Moto Klassic) (Code Name: Ruby)
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ManufacturerMotorola
Availability by regionNovember 2009
Mass105 g
CPUMSM6675
Memory303 MB Internal Memory, Micro SD Card
DisplayInternal Screen : 240x320 pixels, TFT LCD, 262K colours, 2.2 Inch / External screen : Touch screen, 240x320 pixels, TFT LCD, 262K colours, 2.0 Inch
Rear camera5.0MP, Auto Focus, Flash Included

The RAZR3 V13 was released by carrier SK Telecom on November 6, 2009 exclusively to South Korea. It has 303 MB on board memory, an external touchscreen, EVDO speeds and a 5.0 megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash.

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