RAZR2 V8 comes complete with 512MB end user memory or 2GB memory, USB 2.0 high speed for fast music file transfers, Windows Media Player 11 synchronization for simple music management and a music touch screen on the external display for effortless control.
The touch-sensitive music controls, located on the large color external display, maintains a sleek look while consumers manage and play songs purchased from any Windows-based music store. Users can also read and reply to texts via RAZR2 V8’s external display, which is the largest in its class. After flipping open the phone to start the music player, users can sit back, listen and enjoy without ever flipping open the phone again.
With quad band technology, travel the world a little lighter. Users can take advantage of the 2.0 megapixel camera, video capture and playback, and up to 2GB of internal memory to capture every unforgettable moment in high resolution.
The RAZR2 V9’s stainless steel frame make this handset durable and resilient – helping to ensure an ultra-thin shape with a strong structure. Its composing materials include vacuum metal finishes and two-tone soft touch housing. At 2.0”, the RAZR2 V9 boasts the largest external screen in its class, enabling its owners to play music via touch-sensitive music keys, without ever opening the phone.
Consumers can share their video instantaneously with the “See What I See” capability, where users can stream live video footage to another wireless customer while a call is in progress. And owners can watch the video on the RAZR2 V9’s large internal screen with twice the resolution of the original RAZR. Consumers can also get the best shot with a 2.0 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom.
With its CrystalTalkTM technology – automatically accounting for background noise and adjusting the audio to match the ambient volume – consumers will be heard in a crowd. HSDPA 3.6 Mbps technology helps connect users to the Internet at broadband-like speeds, like DSL in your pocket. RAZR2 V9’s integrated digital music player supports a wide variety of audio formats.
- Thin is (still) in — Motorola made the RAZR2 profile even sharper, shaving two millimeters from the original RAZR.
- Big is beautiful — Greatly enhanced dual screens give consumers the largest-in-its class 2.0” external screen for crisp picture caller ID and readable texts5 4 and a 2.2” internal screen with twice the resolution of the original RAZR.
- Materials matter — To further beautify this sought-after icon, Motorola incorporated a seamless casing, a soft touch back and a stunning vacuum metal front finish.
- Strong as steel — At the core of RAZR2 is a stainless steel internal frame to provide strength and durability.
- Not even scratching the surface — The huge exterior lens is made with chemically hardened glass to be more scratch resistant.
- An open and shut case — Motorola tested the cast aluminum hinge in more than 100,000 lab tests to help ensure that every time a customer flips open the device, it will work perfectly.
- Smarter yet simpler
- Going global — The RAZR2 family’s three new handsets – V9 (3G HSDPA), V9m (EVDO CDMA) and V8 (GSM) – will be available to users of all three major technology networks.
- Software smarts — Some versions of RAZR2 will run Linux/JavaTM5, giving Motorola entry to the next generation of mobile architecture.
- More intelligent interface — The RAZR2 V8 has a completely redesigned User Interface (UI) so consumers can search contacts even faster. This eliminates duplicate entries for the same person while allowing contacts to have multiple numbers. The main menu is customizable, so consumers are never more than 2-3 clicks away from favorite applications, and even messaging is easier; RAZR2 automatically recognizes what type of message consumers are sending.
- Speed thrills — With the new ARM 11 processor, processing speed is 10 times faster than the original RAZR and with high-speed USB 2.0 it only takes 2-3 seconds to transfer a song.
- Now hear this — Motorola’s innovative CrystalTalk technology on the RAZR2 automatically adjusts audio to ensure clear calls even in a noisy environment.
- It answers back — RAZR2 V8 “talks” to consumers by speaking the interactive menu, contact lists, emails and messages aloud — a feature developed for people with visual impairments, but convenient for in-car use6 or when you are on the go.
- Tempting texts — Without even opening the phone, RAZR2 users can rely on the large external screen to read messages and reply with pre-programmed text messages5.
- Play on — With up to 2GB of memory, the new RAZR2 rocks with stereo Bluetooth® wireless technology and enough storage for approximately 1,000 songs.
- Manage with ease — Microsoft Windows Media Player 11 compatibility helps consumers easily purchase, synchronize and transfer their music library to their RAZR2 in only a few minutes. In some models music can be downloaded over the air at near-broadband-like wireless data speeds.
- Good vibrations — The external display incorporates Motorola’s breakthrough “haptics” technology, which provides users with vibrating feedback in response to their finger taps. This, combined with the virtual music keys, allows the user to effortlessly control their music.
- Just browsing — The Web-browsing experience, including a full HTML browser, in the new RAZR takes advantage of its stellar internal display and high-speed wireless data connections for faster, bigger and richer surfing. Built-in email functionality gives easy, PC-like access to both personal and corporate email accounts.
- Better mobile search — Debuting on the RAZR family of devices, Motorola has incorporated Google’s powerful new mobile search experience, which helps users quickly and easily get the information they need, bringing them highly relevant results with an absolute minimum of clicks and enabling them to add frequently accessed content to their Google homepage.
- Picture this…and this — The multi-shot feature on the handset’s 2.0 megapixel camera automatically snaps up to eight new pictures so users can choose the best image from a complete series of pictures.
- Watch this, real-time — A new real-time point-to-point video feature allows another wireless customer to “See What I See” while a voice call is in progress. Consumers can also store up to 2 hours of video footage on the device.
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