'voices sounded natural.'
'The V3x is capable of switching automatically between bands and modes.'
'the features are very intuitive and easy..."'
'strong audio clarity and signal reception.'
'The sound is very good too - deep and rich, with a broad stereo image (the Spatial Audio feature helps with this) and it doesn't feel too compressed.'
'call quality is pretty decent and video calls are a pleasure, thanks to the large screen.'
'the sound quality was fairly good for a phone - while it won't blow you away it is more than bearable, which is a lot more than we can say for plenty of other handsets which include headphones.'
'small and light handset features'
'rather humble cell phone'
'The Motorola W375 is also great for business use, as it offers a variety of organizational tools.'
'the voice quality of calls was top-notch, and distortions rare.'
'The Motorola V360 sports Bluetooth, a built-in speakerphone as well as EDGE high speed wireless data.'
'sufficiently loud speakerphone'
'Very good speakerphone performance'
'solid call quality and basic yet functional features'
'The speakerphone was mostly satisfactory, though somewhat tinny at times.'
'good quality built-in speakerphone'
'serious sound composition software'
'Call quality was acceptable, though not extraordinary.'
'it makes good calls'
'The Motorola RAZR V3 is the perfect combination of sleek design and powerful features'
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