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Motorola RAZR V Pro Reviews

TechRadar UK‘s review Edit

This is a pretty decent entry level smartphone. The catch is that it doesn't really have an entry level price point. To be perfectly honest, it feels like a generational upgrade to the original Razr, which is exactly what it was. That's all well and good, but in a market that's filled with iconic handsets like the HTC One, the iPhone 5 and the Xperia Z, the Razr V just feels a little undercooked. Even cheap phones like the Kogan Agora 5-inch feel better on the spec-front. It's partially understandable though - Motorola has been clearing its product lines out ever since Google took them over. The process will take time, and when it's done we're looking forward to something truly impressive from Moto. Until then though, this isn't a phone we'd recommend buying. It's not a bad phone by any stretch of the imagination, it's just that there are much better phones on the market that cost about the same.
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Published on:
Mar 01, 2013

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