Black RAZR V3 at the Oscars

14 February 2005 by axxxr
Motorola’s Ultra-Exclusive Black RAZR V3 Provided to Top Directing and Acting Nominees in Keepsake Package.

Motorola makes its annual red carpet appearance at Hollywood’s most prestigious evening honoring the best in film at the 77th Annual Academy Awards. Continuing its tradition of providing the 25 top acting and directing nominees with a not-yet-available mobile phone, this year the nominees will receive a special-edition black RAZR V3 with three months of complimentary service from Cingular Wireless. With its razor thin design, the V3 can easily be slipped into the smallest evening bag or tucked away into a tuxedo jacket taking celebrity technolust to an all-time high for continuous award show communication. The nominees will be gifted a stealth-like, all black version of the most-coveted mobile of the season, the Moto RAZR V3, making them the only recipients of this eye-catching mobile marvel.

In keeping with Motorola’s Oscar phone efforts, the 77th Annual Academy Awards directing and acting nominees will each receive their phones in a custom-made Jonathan Adler lacquer box personalized with the recipient’s initials. This keepsake package serves as a reminder to each nominee of the special acknowledgement bestowed upon them by the Academy.

The Motorola RAZR V3 is the perfect fusion of form and function incorporating an advanced feature set into one of the slimmest and most stylish mobile phones on the market. A design marvel, the RAZR V3 is made almost entirely of metal including aircraft grade aluminum, magnesium and a first-of-its-kind nickel-plated copper alloy keypad. The feature set includes a built in camera with digital zoom, mpeg video player, speaker phone and quad-band technology which allows the phone to work in over 100 countries*. The V3 also features picture caller ID** and works with Bluetooth® wireless technology which can allow voice, image and video to be easily transmitted without wires. Great looking, great acoustics, incredible pictures, overall, a star in its own right!


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