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Motorola RAZR

Which RAZR is the best RAZR?  

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  1. 1. Which RAZR is the best RAZR?

    • Silver
      2
    • Black
      15


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AAS    13
I voted black, but only because it's gloss (right?) black. I wish Verizon carried the RAZR, instead I have the Motorola that almost looks like a black racing stripe on a silver phone.

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Croc    268
I don't believe it's glossy...it's a matte black, just like the silver is a matte silver finish. The black around the exterior display screen is glossy though...

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AAS    13

I don't believe it's glossy...it's a matte black, just like the silver is a matte silver finish.  The black around the exterior display screen is glossy though...

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hmm... then my comment on glossy black only applies to all phones other then the RAZR, cuz that thing is sweet in black!

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Nick    31
I have silver only because they didnt have black at the time...I found an ebay store though which sells the complete black housing kit for it so I may buy it.

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AAS    13

$500 retail?

No thanks. I'll don't need to 'be seen.'

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hehe... now that you mention being seen...

I saw a girl drop her silver RAZR, and something went flying. Don't know if the screen or battery poped off, but she was able to put it back together.

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Croc    268
Where'd you hear $500 retail? Cingular has them $200 with a plan or $300 retail. NO ONE pays $500 for that phone. Something else to consider: they were close to 1k when they were introduced a year ago.

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Croc    268

hehe... now that you mention being seen...

I saw a girl drop her silver RAZR, and something went flying.  Don't know if the screen or battery poped off, but she was able to put it back together.

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She's prolly done it before. I don't understand how people drop their phones. I've only dropped a phone a few times (over the course of 3 years and 4 phones). I mean, it's a phone; it costs money; I need it; I take care of it. I don't see what's so difficult about that...

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Flybrian    0

Where'd you hear $500 retail?  Cingular has them $200 with a plan or $300 retail.  NO ONE pays $500 for that phone.  Something else to consider: they were close to 1k when they were introduced a year ago.

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Listed as $500 retail somewhere.

If you ask me though, no cell phone past the year 1990 can ever be worth $1,000. And you know idiots bought them when they first debuted.

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Croc    268
Well, I tend to agree with you, but remember: camera phones have just now gotten cheap. Last summer, camera phones were still $200+ easily, and the RAZR was a phone that could do "everything" AND was tiny as phuck. I think it should have been 2-3 times as expensive as the standard-issue phones back then, considering that it had TWO color screens whereas the others only had one. That said, I never would have paid that much to be the alpha pup for that phone. Just like plasma tvs...or any new technology, really.

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Flybrian    0

Well, I tend to agree with you, but remember: camera phones have just now gotten cheap.  Last summer, camera phones were still $200+ easily, and the RAZR was a phone that could do "everything" AND was tiny as phuck.  I think it should have been 2-3 times as expensive as the standard-issue phones back then, considering that it had TWO color  screens whereas the others only had one.  That said, I never would have paid that much to be the alpha pup for that phone.

Just like plasma tvs...or any new technology, really.

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Yeah, I envy those who live on the bleeding edge of consumer technology. They've got massive cojones, deep pockets, and little else to spend so much on something that's the best for a few months.

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