Motorola unveils RAZRmaxx V6 Ferrari Challenge Mobile Phone Limited Edition


Design is important now; it’s what makes the difference. Technology is pretty much available to all, but design sets apart! I think this is the mantra that has pushed Motorola into unveiling its latest racy creation – The new RAZRmaxx V6 Ferrari Challenge Mobile Phone Limited Edition. Phew! That undeniably can take the award for the ‘longest model name of a cell phone’ if not anything else. The clamshell handset not only displays the Italian supercar maker’s logo but also switches to an appropriately red lighting scheme for its backlights. The sound of the V8 engine from Ferrari’s F1 car is timed to play when the phone is turned on or of; custom wallpaper and a collection of 30 photos of the F430 and Ferrari Challenge cars are preloaded as well.

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While the 2-megapixel rear camera and forward-facing VGA camera remains unchanged from the preceding model. The RAZRmaxx was chosen for the makeover due to its already high speed which is represented by its support for 3.6Mbps HSDPA broadband. Globally this mobile is scheduled to be out for the privileged few – those willing to pay a ransom of $635/€490 for an additional brand name slapped on a high-end.
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