2 Years - No problems
I've had this phone for two years with Bell. Now selling it because I got an HTC touch. I'm VERY satisfied with the Razr v3c. I did have a problem with it about a year ago when the screen would freeze or work periodically. People at Bell told me that this was because of water damage and replaced it...
I've had this phone for two years with Bell. Now selling it because I got an HTC touch. I'm VERY satisfied with the Razr v3c. I did have a problem with it about a year ago when the screen would freeze or work periodically. People at Bell told me that this was because of water damage and replaced it for me. Never actually dropped it in water. Maybe it was because of the very humid summer?? Strange in any case.
After two years, the battery is dying on me and needs to be replaced (which is anticipated). The phone has a very satisfying feel to it and is very easy to use. The design and blue lighting on the keypad is awesome, especially when you're trying to dial a number in the middle of the night. I'm not sure about the more advanced features, such as surfing the web, etc. It looks like the selection of features on this phone is not very extensive. Basic stuff, such as calendar, calculator etc are included, but that's about it. Loading mp3 ringtones to the phone is very easy and the sound is great. 1.3MP camera is alright. Overall, simply to be used as a phone, I just love it! It easily fits into the pocket in your jeans because it's so slim. One thing I absoluately hate though is the annoying beep it does when the battery is low that you cannot disable!
- Amazing design, feel and look
- Good battery life
- Solid design
- Loud, customizable ringtones
- Very light and ultra slim (great for people like me who don't like to walk around carying a pebble in their jeans).
- Responsive and very easy to use.
- Lack of features (maybe because I'm using a smart phone now)
- Reception in my basement is a little shaky. Seen other phone with better reception.
Verdict: I think this phone does an amazing job as a phone. However, if you do a lot of texting or any web browsing, you'll need something more advanced. Less