Last year turned out to be a pretty good year for Motorola, they introduced quite a few new handsets, however two Google Android based handset stole the show, these are the Motorola Droid and the Motorola CLIQ.
We have recently come across a handset which Motorola scrapped, this handset is the Motorola RAZR3, this was scheduled for a release late 2009, early 2010, although the handset looked pretty promising I feel that the Droid and CLIQ done more for Motorola than the RAZR3 ever would have done.
The RAZR3 featured a 5 megapixel camera with flash and had a thin form factor with a clamshell design, when the handset is closed there is a large touchscreen display, however to stop accidental commands being entered there is a physical lock switch on the side.
Although the RAZR3 looked to be an improvement on previous RAZR handsets I believe that Motorola made the correct decision to scrap the idea, I am sure that Motorola’s finances back up my opinion.
Check out the video below and let us know whether you think Motorola made the correct decision to scrap the RAZR3.
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