Motorola razr v3, black.
Spend the whole day waving photocopies at desk jockies, trying to prove my existence. I am now no longer Rithin since the girl at Dialog switched our IDs back. I also have a phone cause I bought one. At each destination I was missing some vital document and had to turn around to go find or forge it. At Abans my credit card just buckled and I had to get wads of cash out of the bank. I’ve been meaning to get a new phone so I got the equivalent of a trophy wife. The Moto Razr has like 6MB of memory and limited features, but it’s a pretty cell-phone. I used to research and try to get a phone that does everything, but now I want something that’ll just make phone calls and look pretty. It does have the cool features of charging via USB, and the speakerphone is good enough for handsfree use in the car. Not that I have license, cause that paperwork still requires two more trips.
In lieu of a review, the Moto Razr V3 is pretty cool, and it’s dropped a lot in price since 2004. It used to be around $1000, if I member correctly, and I got it for Rs 34,000 at Abans. ‘Cool’ cell phones here actually seem to hover around 50,000 and I bought it cause it was surprisingly the cheapest. It also theoretically checks email, but I tried the GPRS and it’s really slow. The menu and software design is also crappy and I think I may hack the firmware (and render my phone unusable, in the end). That of course has nothing to do with the appeal of the Razr. It is cool because it’s made of metal and looks like it could cut coke. I got the black one.
My dad told me I should be penitent for losing my phone, but these 12 hours of communications purgatory were pretty bad. I have some money in the bank and, you know, wtf.
Note: I have already conked the phonebook. If you enter a number with no name the phonebooks will stop working. I had to go in via the computer and delete the entry