'Numeric pad makes typing out messages awkward'
'Obscure menu system'
'Easy to use'
'Lousy camera, Proprietary closed operating system'
'Unfortunately, you don't get an exterior camera shutter.'
'Rugged, long lasting, and perfect for people who don't do more than text and talk'
'the interface looks dated.'
'No music player.'
'A reliable and reasonably priced handset'
'generous 1,000-entry phone book'
'regular voice and data'
'This lag can last anywhere from 1-2s and is just long enough to frustrate us, though short enough that we feel bad about complaining about it.'
'the phone is difficult to recommend to non-RAZR fans, especially with the steep pricing attached and mostly average features.'
'Unfortunately, due to the glossy nature of the display, sunlight glare is a significant issue, although the screen does have a good viewing angle.'
'The top and bottom sides of the body are bare.'
'Gaming options were limited'
'The metallic surface isn't polished like the V3's keypad, which enables it to stay smudge free even after heavy usage.'
'the features are very intuitive and easy..."'
'difficult to feel the phone vibrate when it's in your pocket.'
'its speakerphone and MP3 player sound quality is unimpressive.'
'The Motorola v365 features Bluetooth connectivity, a handsfree speakerphone mode built-in and EDGE high speed data.'
'disappointing monochrome external screen'
'A special phone we had the chance to review is the Motorola V365, a phone that was designed to revolutionize the mobile phone market.'
'If you're not sure what the Motorola RAZR looks like, just tap the person next to you on the shoulder and ask to see theirs.'
'super sleek phone'
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