PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 17 May, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 17 May, 2005, 12:00am


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The special-edition black Motorola Razr V3 mobile phone is now in Hong Kong. Priced at $3,980, the new-look V3 sports a black anodised, aircraft-grade aluminium body. Flip the phone open and the sensory experience rises a notch with the chemically etched keypad, created from a single sheet of nickel-plated copper alloy, and a 2.2-inch, internal thin-film transistor colour display. The creative use of durable metal alloys and sleek design, including the use of an internal quad-band antenna, enabled Motorola to get the V3's weight down to 95 grams. It measures 98x53x13.9mm, making it one of the world's thinnest clamshell handsets. The GPRS phone's high-resolution internal display is wide and bright enough for mobile multimedia messaging. A low-resolution external display shows incoming calls and user profile. The phone has a built-in camera, a video player, a speaker phone and Bluetooth.