Motorola sold its 50 millionth Razr mobile phone in July last year, marking a milestone for the clamshell handset, which was launched in Hong Kong in 2004. The phone's latest incarnation, the Motorazr V8, combines new features and a slimmer, lighter interpretation of the Razr V3's original design. The Motorazr V8 runs a 500-megahertz ARM 11 processor, which is 10 times faster than the original Razr's chip. It has a 2.2-inch internal screen and a two-inch external screen made with chemically hardened glass. It also has Motorola's CrystalTalk technology to ensure clear calls even in a noisy environment. In addition, it has a 2-megapixel camera and supports USB 2.0. All of that is packed in a device that measures 53mm x 103mm x 12mm and weighs 117 grams. The phone, however, lacks 3G network connection, providing only GSM and Edge links. The Motorazr V8 costs HK$3,380.