Monday, May 21, 2007

The Razr2 has been unveiled!

For years now the Motorola Razr has been the premier phone for almost all cellular carriers. With a few different variations and fixes over the past few years for the original Razr V3, the time has come for the successor to the original Razr, aptly named "Razr2." The new Razr2 was recently unveilved in New York at a press conference. Also revealed was that the Razr 2 will come in 3 variations: The V8 will be a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone using Motorola's Linux-Java user interface. The V9 is the 3G HSDPA model, but it uses Motorla's older Synergy UI. It is also quad-band GSM, plus HSDPA 850/1900 in the US version. Also using the Synergy platform is the CDMA EV-DO variant, the V9m.
Check out PhoneScoop.com's great rundown of the Razr2 as they attended the press conference that unveiled the phone, and their story includes more pictures, and video review of the the new Razr2, which will be released "by the end of summer."