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3G Razr hits Cingular’s virtual shelves

The Motorola Inc. Razr v3xx-equipped to run on Cingular Wireless’ next-gen network-is “finally here,” Cingular’s Web site announced breathlessly to the hordes who apparently have been clamoring for it.
“The Razr V3xx is as hot as it is cool!”
That hot coolness will set consumers back $80 with a two-year service contract.
According to Cingular’s Web site, the phone features a music player, a 1.3 megapixel camera and stereo Bluetooth.
The 3G device may well contribute to the Razr’s unprecedented streak, which has been credited both with the revival of Motorola Inc.’s fortunes and, possibly, the handset vendor’s current slump, as the Razr continues to eclipse its successors such as the Krzr on price and buzz.


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