The Motorola RAZR2 V8 is a mobile phone that is designed to take the communication to next level by packing some new and advanced multimedia features. This handset is considered as an ideal fashion icon for those who have an obsession for style as well as music. As a matter of fact, RAZR2 V8 provides an unmatched foot tapping musical experience to all its users. The buyers of this device, would also get attracted towards other features such as the massive internal memory storage with 420MB or 2GB of internal memory; the USB 2.0 technology for transferring the music or data files at a high speed, the Window Media Player synchronization for simple music management as well as a music touch screen for effortless control.
The Motorola RAZR2 V8 is a classy and elegant clamshell mobile phone with a slim sized casing. The handset can be managed single handedly as it measures 103 x 53 x 11.9mm and weighs 117 grams including the fitted battery. The metallic stainless steel cover of the handset makes it all the more attractive and practical for daily use. The mobile comes with a dual screen which are both large and provides a high resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The external screen of the phone is 2 inches in size that comes complete with touch screen music controls. The users enjoy viewing the vibrant text as well as high coloured photos and videos on the internal 2.2 inches screen.
The users can play their favourite tune and manage the music using the external screen. The users can play the music in all the popular formats; the integrated Window Media Player that provides synchronization for easy music management makes all these possible. In addition, the powerful multimedia package also comprises of a 2 megapixel camera. The advanced camera comes with quality imaging options as well as special capabilities for video capture. The advanced messaging services allow the users to send and receive the multimedia text also along with simple text. This is because the Motorola RAZR2 V8 is backed with SMS, EMS, MMS, e-mail and Motosync.
Author: Alice Erin