Motorola added the new Motorola RAZR V3m to its CDMA portfolio. What does the "m" stand for, you ask? Apparently it stands for music. Which explains why Moto has included a music player and support for up to 1GB microSD cards on the Motorola V3m.
The neat part in the Motorola V3m is not just the music player, but over-the-air music downloads via EV-DO. Still, 1GB is a bit less, and a better number would've been 4GB. The display, as usual, is a 2.2" 65k color TFT on the inside, and a 65k CSTN on the outside.
The Motorola V3m features a nice metallic finish and good old Bluetooth , but other interesting features are included in the phone.
The speech recognition calling was hovering on the top of my most-wanted list of mobile features, and Moto has it in the Motorola V3m. It's also touted to be LBS (Location Based Services) ready. How much of it is actually useful can only be judged later. A 1.3 megapixel cam with 4x digital zoom is provided for fun, and it can handle streaming as well.
Other Motorola V3m features include:
No pricing on this yet, but it is targeted for Q2 2006.