Motorola RAZR V3x wins "Best 3GSM Handset 2006" award

15 Feb 2006 | 3GSM , Motorola | 4 comments


Yesterday, at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, the Motorola RAZR V3x won the "Best 3GSM Handset 2006" award.

Just 19.6 mm thick, the UMTS RAZR V3x, which was formerly known as the V1150, was announced last year and features a 2 megapixel camera with 8x zoom, LED flash and a second camera, VGA, for video calling. Motorola's SCREEN3 technology is also available in this handset, which will give you access to news, sports, entertainment and more. It also supports AAC+, MPEG4, WMV, WMA, MP3 and Real Video/Audio files, contains Bluetooth technology, 512 MB of removable optional TransFlash memory and an enhanced graphics processor for high performance 3D graphics.

"Motorola is proud and excited that the RAZR V3x has been named Best 3GSM Handset of 2006 by the GSM Association. A first for the company, I am thrilled to accept this esteemed award on behalf of everyone involved in the design and development of this great handset," said Ron Garriques, president of Motorola Mobile Devices.

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by doug on Feb 15, 2006

yes, a well deserved award indeed.

by cutie angel on Nov 23, 2007


by mahamed on Feb 1, 2008

im stident and every time ilake this mobile

by baldu biru on Mar 4, 2008

not bat