Monday, September 10, 2007

The Motorola Razr 2 Launches, Will It Be AT&T's Number One Phone?

The ads are already all over TV, the Razr 2 is out, and Motorola is doing its job of letting it be known. 

Right now, just about everyone owns a Razr it seems. When it first came out, it was a hot phone, and Motorola kept it hot by steadily lowering prices over time, then coming out with more color variations, and finally releasing upgraded models like the Razr v3i which features itunes, and the Razr v3xx which is packed with more features than the original. But the Razr 2 is a full blown upgrade to just about every feature of the original Razr

The hinge design can now withstand up to 120 pounds of pressure, the touch sensitive controls allow users to control the music player or view recent calls with just a touch when the phone is closed.

It also has many new features such as the ability to automatically recognize your PC's music library. It supports AT&T music streaming and downloadable multimedia. It also features a 2.0 Megapixel Camera/Camcorder Takes Printable Photos and Extra-long Video Clips. Add all that to just about every one of the features that most newer phones have, and it's quite a super phone...possibly fixing any problems that consumers had with the original Razr V3. And being the Apple iphone is under much scrutiny due to the price dropping and many consumers being very unhappy, the Razr 2 may be a break out phone for motorola to counteract with, although the iphone is still a revolutionary phone that is very popular right now, although it's got the high price to go right along with it. 

This new wave of phones may have stepped things up for the cellular industry, as cell phone users will be wanting more big time features on their phone, and won't settle for the basic phones of yesterday.

The Motorola Razr 2 is on sale now at our store if you're a new AT&T customer or if your a current customer who needs to upgrade, check out the Razr 2 Page.


Anonymous said...

I would buy one if they started marketing to men. That Burgundy color they have now is distinctively feminine. The Razr 2 is the phone I want but I won't buy one until they offer it in a more neutral color. Why wouldn't they START the line with black or grey (like the t-Mobile blue/black) color and then offer other colors later??? Burgundy was a stupid marketing choice in my opinion.

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