Motorola-Razr-V-Bell

Bell Mobility is sticking to its scheduled release of August 2 for the Motorola Razr V. The mid-ranged Razr phone and all of its Kevlar fiber glory is now on sale for $29.95 with a three-year contract – a minimum $50 value for the voice and data plan is required. Otherwise, you can snag the Razr V off-contract for $399.95. Except for the rather chubbier build, there’s no questioning the resemblance between the Razr V and the original Razr when it comes to design and specs. At only 8.35mm thick, it’s still a remarkably slim and slender phone, mind you….

Razr-V

Thought to only be a China-exclusive phone back in June, Motorola’s Razr V has spread its tentacles relatively fast outside Asia. Although it hasn’t yet hit the United States (and might never do so), the Razr V will be available to quite a lot of tech users in only a matter of hours. Bell Canada is expected to put the sexy mid-ranger up for sale tomorrow, on August 3, and now Optus Australia has announced the phone as coming on the same day. The carrier’s announcement took us by surprise earlier today, but it’s surely nice to see someone walk…

Atrix HD LTE

There’s nothing more annoying than seeing a launch delayed, especially when talking about a device with huge potential, like the Atrix HD LTE. Then again, Bell Canada, who has supposedly pushed back the handheld’s release, didn’t announce the official launch date in the first place, so maybe we shouldn’t be too harsh on the carrier. The new Atrix HD LTE was supposed to start selling up North on August 2, according to a leak coming from a very trustworthy source, but now it seems that Moto’s new flagship will not hit Canadian stores until almost three weeks later, on the…

Motorola-Razr-V-front

On its press release, Moto promised that the RAZR V will be offered by multiple carriers in Canada in the third quarter. But almost halfway through the quarter and we have yet to see carriers announce the phone’s availability, except for WIND. Short of official confirmation, we turn to Mobile Syrup which has gotten a tip on when Bell will start selling the new RAZR V. A leaked screenshot shows that Bell is preparing to launch the Motorola RAZR V on August 2. That’s as detailed of information that we have for now. Being the mid-ranger that the RAZR V is, you…

Motorola-Razr-V-front

After the practically back-to-back release of the RAZR and RAZR Maxx, Motorola has been rather quiet on the RAZR front. But following the launch of the RAZR V in China and several Asian countries, it looks like Moto is prepping up the release of the V in more regions. As per Motorola’s announcement, the RAZR V will be making its way to Canada in Q3. The Motorola RAZR comes with a 4.3-inch qHD ColourBoost display (960 x 540 resolution), dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD card slot, 8MP rear camera, front-facing camera, 1,750mAh battery, and Android 4.0…

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Motorola has always been more of a US-centric company than an international one, but now that Google has bought them, I’m sure they will try to become as much of a global company as possible. In fact, Google itself will probably try to get their Play Store, where they want to sell many Nexus devices in the future, as global as possible, so they can ship the devices to anyone in the world (or just wishful thinking?). Motorola has relaunched the RAZR brand last year, with the slim, kevlar-backed Droid RAZR, and then a few months later they stirred up quite…

Motorola-XT889

Motorola might not be one of the most popular Android device manufacturers in the US (not anymore), but over in China, it’s still fairly successful. We shouldn’t, therefore, be very surprised to see Moto unveiling the China-exclusive Razr V XT889, one of the most fashionable Motorola-designed phones of recent time. The RAZR V rocks a very sleek design, with rounded edges and a display wrapped in tough Kevlar fiber. And while it doesn’t look like the thinnest or lightest gadget around, the overall look is rather unique and stays with you, which is not something we can say very often…