Updating razr v3i firmware
The year was 2004, and Motorola had just announced what was then an insanely thin flip phone, the RAZR V3.It was -- and still is -- a head-turner, and eventually over 130 million units were sold in total. Twelve years later, the now Lenovo-owned brand appears to be prepping a relaunch of this legendary model, according to its teaser video of a nostalgic walkthrough at a high school."Flip back to the Razr days of yesteryear and get ready for the future." Well, our money's on an Android refresh of the RAZR flip phone, and we're already quite stoked about that.The big unveil will take place at Lenovo Tech World on June 9th, and we have a feeling that this new RAZR may overshadow the new Moto X devices that are also expected there. Motorola tells that it's not re-releasing the RAZR when Tech World kicks off on June 9th.
It is available in North America from T-Mobile, AT&T in the US, Rogers/Fido in Canada and Vivo in Brazil (using both 850 MHz frequency and 1800 MHz.
It was also available in all Movistar-serviced countries and Claro (Telcel).
Another version of this phone was released in the Republic of Korea (South Korea) on June 1, 2005.
It includes an updated and streamlined brushed-metal design, offering a large internal color screen, a hot swappable Trans Flash memory card, quad-band technology and Bluetooth wireless connectivity.
The handset, which includes a dedicated i Tunes key, also sports an integrated 1.23 megapixel digital camera with a full screen view-finder, 8x digital zoom, and video capture and playback.