updated 09:30 am EST, Fri January 26, 2007
RAZR V3xx at ATT
AT&T (formerly Cingular) today added the RAZR V3xx to its phone range, adding a new device to the still small list of 3G wireless phones available in North America. The V3xx primarily brings HSDPA Internet access to Motorola's iconic phone, allowing it to connect to the highest-speed services available in some cities served by the US carrier. The thin handset also brings with it UMTS support for connecting to some Internet providers in Europe and also has legacy support for EDGE. A 1.3-megapixel camera with 8X digital zoom is present, as is Bluetooth with support for A2DP audio as well as using the phone as a modem for a nearby computer.
The phone is available today by itself for $230, but is discounted to $80 when attached to a two-year contract. This makes it one of the least expensive 3G phones available, AT&T said.