sleeker smarter stronger faster
MOTORAZR
2
MOTORAZR
V9
2
WHY MOTORAZR2 V9
Being the first to walk on the moon took a lot of ingenuity. So did being the first to talk on it.
Beginning in 1958, the race to space was fueled in part by the communications technology developed by Motorola. A
Motorola radio transponder on Apollo 11 relayed the first words from the moon to Earth. A Motorola FM radio receiver
aboard NASA’s lunar roving vehicle earned the distinction of being “the first car radio on the moon.”
At Motorola, quality is more than a goal. It’s a way of life.
It’s difficult to say when the Motorola quality process begins or ends. It’s everywhere, from prototyping all the way
through retail launch, with each phase informing all those that come before and after. Design and construction affect
test results. Test results affect design and construction. The fact is: innovation, learning and improvement are a continuous cycle. And our lives revolve around the process.
MOTOROLA AWARDS
2004 (February) The city of Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and Motorola receive the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award for
Public/Private Partnership. Baltimore’s CitiStat program employs Motorola’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system,
which allows the city to provide information efficiently to its citizens, track requests for services, and assign work crews
to resolve non-emergency service requests.
2005 (September) Motorola is among 15 U.S. organizations honored in Singapore by the U.S. Department of Commerce with
the first ever Corporate Stewardship Award, which recognizes American companies engaged in social work in Singapore.
2005 (November) Motorola receives the American Chamber of Commerce of South Africa’s Gold Award in the Education
and Training Category for its support of the broadband e-learning project of the Ulwazi E-learning Partnership. The project establishes wireless broadband connections between schools, where students and teachers talk to each other using
virtual white boards and microphones. Motorola played a leading role in the project by establishing a Canopy network
for connecting the schools.
78 YEARS OF HISTORY
1928
Motorola Founded
1937
Consumer Radios
1936
Police Radios
1956
Pager
1969
Moon Landing
Communications
1958
Motorola Goes
1943
into Space
Portable Walkie-Talkie
FM Radio
1974
Microprocessor
1990
First HDTV Technical
Standard
1983
World’s First
Commercial
Mobile Phone
1996
StarTACTM
Wearable
Phone
2002
First 3G Nationwide
Network
2004
MOTORAZRTM V3 Phone
TNM - 280
MOTORAZR
2
V9
New 3G Iconic Design with
Unprecedented Download
Capabilities
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sleeker smarter stronger faster
MOTORAZR
2
MOTORAZR
V9
2
WHY MOTORAZR2 V9
Being the first to walk on the moon took a lot of ingenuity. So did being the first to talk on it.
Beginning in 1958, the race to space was fueled in part by the communications technology developed by Motorola. A
Motorola radio transponder on Apollo 11 relayed the first words from the moon to Earth. A Motorola FM radio receiver
aboard NASA’s lunar roving vehicle earned the distinction of being “the first car radio on the moon.”
At Motorola, quality is more than a goal. It’s a way of life.
It’s difficult to say when the Motorola quality process begins or ends. It’s everywhere, from prototyping all the way
through retail launch, with each phase informing all those that come before and after. Design and construction affect
test results. Test results affect design and construction. The fact is: innovation, learning and improvement are a continuous cycle. And our lives revolve around the process.
MOTOROLA AWARDS
2004 (February) The city of Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and Motorola receive the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award for
Public/Private Partnership. Baltimore’s CitiStat program employs Motorola’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system,
which allows the city to provide information efficiently to its citizens, track requests for services, and assign work crews
to resolve non-emergency service requests.
2005 (September) Motorola is among 15 U.S. organizations honored in Singapore by the U.S. Department of Commerce with
the first ever Corporate Stewardship Award, which recognizes American companies engaged in social work in Singapore.
2005 (November) Motorola receives the American Chamber of Commerce of South Africa’s Gold Award in the Education
and Training Category for its support of the broadband e-learning project of the Ulwazi E-learning Partnership. The project establishes wireless broadband connections between schools, where students and teachers talk to each other using
virtual white boards and microphones. Motorola played a leading role in the project by establishing a Canopy network
for connecting the schools.
78 YEARS OF HISTORY
1928
Motorola Founded
1936
Police Radios
1937
Consumer Radios
1956
Pager
1943
Portable Walkie-Talkie
FM Radio
1969
Moon Landing
Communications
1958
Motorola Goes
into Space
1990
First HDTV Technical
Standard
1974
Microprocessor
1983
World’s First
Commercial
Mobile Phone
1996
StarTACTM
Wearable
Phone
2002
First 3G Nationwide
Network
2004
MOTORAZRTM V3 Phone
TNM - 280
MOTORAZR
2
V9
New 3G Iconic Design with
Unprecedented Download
Capabilities
NEW 3G ICONIC DESIGN WITH UNPRECEDENTED DOWNLOAD CAPABILITIES1
•
•
•
•
•
New iconic MOTORAZR™ design is slimmer than the original RAZR
Luxurious stainless steel internal frame, seamless casing and chemically hardened glass
Vibrant 2-inch external display lets you view large, clear images of your contacts with Picture ID
Touch-sensitive music keys appear on the external display as soon as you launch the MP3 player
One-touch access to AT&T’s mobile music offering, including The Buzz for music news, XM Radio
for streaming music from more than 50 channels and MusicID for identifying songs1
2
Did you know about the MOTORAZR V9’s ultra-fast broadband capabilities? The sleek and
durable beauty houses downloading speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps! This means speeds up to 10
times faster than the usual WCDMA networks. Whether it’s files, emails, songs or videos,
this phone’s unprecedented download technology won’t keep you waiting long at all.1
MORE FEATURES:
• Large 2-inch QVGA 320 x 240 pixel color external CLI display
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with touch-sensitive keys
Opera 8.5 browser for full HTML browsing experience1
Generous 2.2-inch, high-resolution 320 x 240 pixel internal display
Picture Caller ID for clear images of contacts on either screen1
2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom
Video capture/playback
Bluetooth® stereo wireless technology3
Digital audio player (MP3, WMA, enhanced EAAC+, Real, WAV)
CrystalTalk™ for improved audio quality
Up to 45 MB end user memory5
Optional microSD removable memory (up to 2 GB)
IM and email access1
Text, video and picture messaging (MMS and SMS)1
USB 2.0 full-speed connectivity (cable sold separately)
PHONE TIPS
Play music with your phone closed. Press the smart
key, located below the up/down keys on the left edge of
the phone > Use volume keys to choose an option, such as songs
> Smart key to select option > Use the display keys on the phone’s
external display to control your tracks > To close the music player, press and
hold the Play/Pause key, or press the smart key and select Exit.
Download music directly to your phone.1 Press Main Menu > AT&T Music > Shop
Music > Your phone’s web browser launches to a page where you can purchase music
and ringtones from online stores.
Record and play a video. Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Video Camera > The viewfinder
opens > Press up or down on the nav keys to view settings > Left and right nav keys to
change a setting > Press the center select key to start a recording > Press Left Soft Key
to Stop > Press Options to Store Only, Discard or Preview > To play a stored video, press
Main Menu > My Stuff > Media Finder > Videos > All Videos > Select desired video.
Send files to a Bluetooth® wireless enabled printer.3 On the phone, select object you
want to print and press Options > Print > Bluetooth > Select the desired printer name in
the Printers menu, or choose [Look For Devices] to search for a printer.
Access your Mobile Email.1 Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Games & Apps > Mobile Email
> Select your service and follow the prompts to sign in.
CUSTOMER TIPS
Point out this phone’s incredible one piece stainless steel frame, chrome-plated hinge
and unbelievable thinness.
Activate the digital audio player using the smart key and show the customer how music
controls suddenly appear on the external display.
Point out the one-touch Cellular Video key on the phone’s keypad for instant access to
your favorite programs, breaking news, sports, weather and more.1
Focus on the phone’s incredible multimedia capabilities, including the ability to stream
videos and music.1
Talk about the MOTORAZR2 V9’s USB 2.0 connectivity (cable sold separately). The
customer will be impressed with this phone’s fast file transfers with a connected PC.1
MOTORAZR
2
V9
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with
one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.
hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features including those listed
may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain
devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Certain mobile phone features may not be available throughout the entire network or their functionality may be limited. All features,
functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their
proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. microSD is
a trademark of SanDiskCorporation. Used with permission. All rights reserved. © Motorola, Inc. 2007
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New Thin 3G Iconic Design
Wireless Broadband
MOTORAZR
Large 2” QVGA Color External Display
with Touch-Sensitive Keys
2
V9
3.4 - GSM
3 - WCDMA
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
2.0 Megapixel Camera with
8x Digital Zoom
Standby Time2 - up to approx. (days)
Video Capture & Playback
Band
GSM 850/900/1800/19004
WCDMA 850/1900
®
Bluetooth Stereo Wireless Technology
Weight (ounces)
4.41
Dimensions (inches)
MOTOROKR™ S9
Bluetooth® Stereo Headphones
4.06 x 2.09 x .53
P
Speakerphone
Downloadable Games
P
MP3 Ringtones
P
MP3 Playback
P
Built-in Camera
2 MP
1
Motorola Bluetooth®
Headset H700
Motorola Portable
Bluetooth® Car Kit T305
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
P
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Memory Card
2 GB microSD
C&P
P
3G
®
3
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges
and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery
performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features
selected and voice, data and other application usage patterns.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for
Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth
profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/
bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features
including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or
the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers.
Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
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• Slim, Attractive Design
TM
MOTORAZR
V3xx
9.1 (Phone)
motorola
• Messaging (SMS, MMS)1
Time2 - up to14.1
approx. (hours)
Standby Time2 - up to approx.Talk
(days)
Cingular Video1
14
Weight (ounces)
Band1,3 (Dual Band
2.75and Tri Band)
UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MHz
GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
Dimensions (inches)
Weight (ounces)
1.8 x 4.1 x .55
Enhanced Messaging
(SMS, MMS, IM, and Mobile Email)1
Speakerphone
Preloaded Games
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
Motorola Bluetooth
Headset H700
Motorola Wired
Headset
Motorola Wired
Stereo Headset
Motorola USB
Data Cable
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Polyphonic Ringtones
Dimensions (inches)
Speakerphone
Downloadable MIDI
Games1
Music Tone Ringtones
Polyphonic Ringtones
MP3 Playback
Music Tone Ringtones
Built-in Camera
MP3 Playback
Voice Record
Built-in Camera
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
3G
microSD
Memory Card
Screen image simulated.
4 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network coverage and roaming
agreements are present.
Removable Memory5
Up to 45 MB
Up to 2 GB
3.5
2
StandbyGSM
Time
- up GPRS
to approx.
850/1900,
Class 8 (days)
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
(supports music profile)
1.3 Megapixel Camera with 8x Digital Zoom
Band
• 3 Pre-Loaded Games
Cingular Music1
(Soccer, Rebels and Crazy)
Motorola Travel
Charger
FPO
Built-in Memory
A2DP
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
• Polyphonic Ringtones
• Web Browser Enabled
12.3 - GSM
10.8 - WCDMA
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Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
®
Wireless Technology
Removable Memory (Micro Bluetooth
SD)
Built-in Memory
GPS
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends
network configuration,
* Not on
included
signal strength, operating temperature,
featuresacross
selected
voice, data
**Shared
all and
applications
and other application usage patterns. 1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data changes, and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration,
signal strength, operating temperature, features selected and voice, data
and other application usage patterns.
3 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network
coverage and roaming agreements are present.
3.83
4.05 x 2.08 x .60
GPS1
C&P
A2DP
Removable Memory
768 KB
microSD*
Built-in Memory
50 MB**
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Unique Design
Advanced Speech Recognition
Advanced Speech Recognition
P
NEW 3G ICONIC DESIGN WITH UNPRECEDENTED DOWNLOAD CAPABILITIES1
•
•
•
•
•
New iconic MOTORAZR™ design is slimmer than the original RAZR
Luxurious stainless steel internal frame, seamless casing and chemically hardened glass
Vibrant 2-inch external display lets you view large, clear images of your contacts with Picture ID
Touch-sensitive music keys appear on the external display as soon as you launch the MP3 player
One-touch access to AT&T’s mobile music offering, including The Buzz for music news, XM Radio
for streaming music from more than 50 channels and MusicID for identifying songs1
2
Did you know about the MOTORAZR V9’s ultra-fast broadband capabilities? The sleek and
durable beauty houses downloading speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps! This means speeds up to 10
times faster than the usual WCDMA networks. Whether it’s files, emails, songs or videos,
this phone’s unprecedented download technology won’t keep you waiting long at all.1
MORE FEATURES:
• Large 2-inch QVGA 320 x 240 pixel color external CLI display
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with touch-sensitive keys
Opera 8.5 browser for full HTML browsing experience1
Generous 2.2-inch, high-resolution 320 x 240 pixel internal display
Picture Caller ID for clear images of contacts on either screen1
2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom
Video capture/playback
Bluetooth® stereo wireless technology3
Digital audio player (MP3, WMA, enhanced EAAC+, Real, WAV)
CrystalTalk™ for improved audio quality
Up to 45 MB end user memory5
Optional microSD removable memory (up to 2 GB)
IM and email access1
Text, video and picture messaging (MMS and SMS)1
USB 2.0 full-speed connectivity (cable sold separately)
PHONE TIPS
Play music with your phone closed. Press the smart
key, located below the up/down keys on the left edge of
the phone > Use volume keys to choose an option, such as songs
> Smart key to select option > Use the display keys on the phone’s
external display to control your tracks > To close the music player, press and
hold the Play/Pause key, or press the smart key and select Exit.
Download music directly to your phone.1 Press Main Menu > AT&T Music > Shop
Music > Your phone’s web browser launches to a page where you can purchase music
and ringtones from online stores.
Record and play a video. Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Video Camera > The viewfinder
opens > Press up or down on the nav keys to view settings > Left and right nav keys to
change a setting > Press the center select key to start a recording > Press Left Soft Key
to Stop > Press Options to Store Only, Discard or Preview > To play a stored video, press
Main Menu > My Stuff > Media Finder > Videos > All Videos > Select desired video.
Send files to a Bluetooth® wireless enabled printer.3 On the phone, select object you
want to print and press Options > Print > Bluetooth > Select the desired printer name in
the Printers menu, or choose [Look For Devices] to search for a printer.
Access your Mobile Email.1 Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Games & Apps > Mobile Email
> Select your service and follow the prompts to sign in.
MOTORAZR
2
V9
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with
one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.
hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features including those listed
may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain
devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Certain mobile phone features may not be available throughout the entire network or their functionality may be limited. All features,
functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their
proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. microSD is
a trademark of SanDiskCorporation. Used with permission. All rights reserved. © Motorola, Inc. 2007
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New Thin 3G Iconic Design
Wireless Broadband
MOTORAZR
Large 2” QVGA Color External Display
with Touch-Sensitive Keys
2
V9
3.4 - GSM
3 - WCDMA
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
2.0 Megapixel Camera with
8x Digital Zoom
Standby Time2 - up to approx. (days)
Video Capture & Playback
Band
GSM 850/900/1800/19004
WCDMA 850/1900
®
Bluetooth Stereo Wireless Technology
Weight (ounces)
4.41
Dimensions (inches)
MOTOROKR™ S9
Bluetooth® Stereo Headphones
4.06 x 2.09 x .53
P
Speakerphone
Downloadable Games
Motorola Bluetooth®
Headset H700
Motorola Portable
Bluetooth® Car Kit T305
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
P
1
MP3 Ringtones
P
MP3 Playback
P
Built-in Camera
2 MP
P
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Memory Card
2 GB microSD
C&P
P
3G
®
3
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges
and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery
performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features
selected and voice, data and other application usage patterns.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for
Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth
profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/
bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features
including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or
the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers.
Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
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motorola C168i
• Slim, Attractive Design
TM
MOTORAZR
V3xx
9.1 (Phone)
motorola
• Messaging (SMS, MMS)1
Time2 - up to14.1
approx. (hours)
(days)
Standby Time2 - up to approx.Talk
Cingular Video1
14
Weight (ounces)
Band1,3 (Dual Band
2.75and Tri Band)
UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MHz
GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
Dimensions (inches)
Weight (ounces)
1.8 x 4.1 x .55
Enhanced Messaging
(SMS, MMS, IM, and Mobile Email)1
Speakerphone
Preloaded Games
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
Motorola Bluetooth
Headset H700
Motorola Wired
Headset
Motorola Wired
Stereo Headset
Motorola USB
Data Cable
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Polyphonic Ringtones
Dimensions (inches)
Speakerphone
Downloadable MIDI
Games1
Music Tone Ringtones
Polyphonic Ringtones
MP3 Playback
Music Tone Ringtones
Built-in Camera
MP3 Playback
Voice Record
Built-in Camera
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
3G
microSD
Memory Card
Screen image simulated.
4 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network coverage and roaming
agreements are present.
Removable Memory5
Up to 45 MB
Up to 2 GB
3.5
2
StandbyGSM
Time
- up GPRS
to approx.
850/1900,
Class 8 (days)
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
(supports music profile)
1.3 Megapixel Camera with 8x Digital Zoom
Band
• 3 Pre-Loaded Games
Cingular Music1
(Soccer, Rebels and Crazy)
Motorola Travel
Charger
FPO
Built-in Memory
A2DP
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
• Polyphonic Ringtones
• Web Browser Enabled
12.3 - GSM
10.8 - WCDMA
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Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
®
Wireless Technology
Removable Memory (Micro Bluetooth
SD)
Built-in Memory
GPS
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends
network configuration,
* Not on
included
signal strength, operating temperature,
featuresacross
selected
voice, data
**Shared
all and
applications
and other application usage patterns. 1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data changes, and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration,
signal strength, operating temperature, features selected and voice, data
and other application usage patterns.
3 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network
coverage and roaming agreements are present.
3.83
4.05 x 2.08 x .60
GPS1
C&P
A2DP
Removable Memory
768 KB
microSD*
Built-in Memory
50 MB**
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Advanced Speech Recognition
Unique Design
Advanced Speech Recognition
Advanced Speech Recognition
P
NEW 3G ICONIC DESIGN WITH UNPRECEDENTED DOWNLOAD CAPABILITIES1
•
•
•
•
•
New iconic MOTORAZR™ design is slimmer than the original RAZR
Luxurious stainless steel internal frame, seamless casing and chemically hardened glass
Vibrant 2-inch external display lets you view large, clear images of your contacts with Picture ID
Touch-sensitive music keys appear on the external display as soon as you launch the MP3 player
One-touch access to AT&T’s mobile music offering, including The Buzz for music news, XM Radio
for streaming music from more than 50 channels and MusicID for identifying songs1
2
Did you know about the MOTORAZR V9’s ultra-fast broadband capabilities? The sleek and
durable beauty houses downloading speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps! This means speeds up to 10
times faster than the usual WCDMA networks. Whether it’s files, emails, songs or videos,
this phone’s unprecedented download technology won’t keep you waiting long at all.1
MORE FEATURES:
• Large 2-inch QVGA 320 x 240 pixel color external CLI display
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
with touch-sensitive keys
Opera 8.5 browser for full HTML browsing experience1
Generous 2.2-inch, high-resolution 320 x 240 pixel internal display
Picture Caller ID for clear images of contacts on either screen1
2 megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom
Video capture/playback
Bluetooth® stereo wireless technology3
Digital audio player (MP3, WMA, enhanced EAAC+, Real, WAV)
CrystalTalk™ for improved audio quality
Up to 45 MB end user memory5
Optional microSD removable memory (up to 2 GB)
IM and email access1
Text, video and picture messaging (MMS and SMS)1
USB 2.0 full-speed connectivity (cable sold separately)
PHONE TIPS
Play music with your phone closed. Press the smart
key, located below the up/down keys on the left edge of
the phone > Use volume keys to choose an option, such as songs
> Smart key to select option > Use the display keys on the phone’s
external display to control your tracks > To close the music player, press and
hold the Play/Pause key, or press the smart key and select Exit.
Download music directly to your phone.1 Press Main Menu > AT&T Music > Shop
Music > Your phone’s web browser launches to a page where you can purchase music
and ringtones from online stores.
Record and play a video. Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Video Camera > The viewfinder
opens > Press up or down on the nav keys to view settings > Left and right nav keys to
change a setting > Press the center select key to start a recording > Press Left Soft Key
to Stop > Press Options to Store Only, Discard or Preview > To play a stored video, press
Main Menu > My Stuff > Media Finder > Videos > All Videos > Select desired video.
Send files to a Bluetooth® wireless enabled printer.3 On the phone, select object you
want to print and press Options > Print > Bluetooth > Select the desired printer name in
the Printers menu, or choose [Look For Devices] to search for a printer.
Access your Mobile Email.1 Press Main Menu > My Stuff > Games & Apps > Mobile Email
> Select your service and follow the prompts to sign in.
CUSTOMER TIPS
Point out this phone’s incredible one piece stainless steel frame, chrome-plated hinge
and unbelievable thinness.
Activate the digital audio player using the smart key and show the customer how music
controls suddenly appear on the external display.
Point out the one-touch Cellular Video key on the phone’s keypad for instant access to
your favorite programs, breaking news, sports, weather and more.1
Focus on the phone’s incredible multimedia capabilities, including the ability to stream
videos and music.1
Talk about the MOTORAZR2 V9’s USB 2.0 connectivity (cable sold separately). The
customer will be impressed with this phone’s fast file transfers with a connected PC.1
MOTORAZR
2
V9
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for Bluetooth devices to communicate with
one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.
hellomoto.com/bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features including those listed
may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or the functionality of such features may be limited in certain
devices, or by certain wireless carriers. Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Certain mobile phone features may not be available throughout the entire network or their functionality may be limited. All features,
functionality and other product specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their
proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. microSD is
a trademark of SanDiskCorporation. Used with permission. All rights reserved. © Motorola, Inc. 2007
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New Thin 3G Iconic Design
Wireless Broadband
MOTORAZR
Large 2” QVGA Color External Display
with Touch-Sensitive Keys
2
V9
3.4 - GSM
3 - WCDMA
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
2.0 Megapixel Camera with
8x Digital Zoom
Standby Time2 - up to approx. (days)
Video Capture & Playback
Band
GSM 850/900/1800/19004
WCDMA 850/1900
®
Bluetooth Stereo Wireless Technology
Weight (ounces)
4.41
Dimensions (inches)
MOTOROKR™ S9
Bluetooth® Stereo Headphones
4.06 x 2.09 x .53
P
Speakerphone
Downloadable Games
P
MP3 Ringtones
P
MP3 Playback
P
Built-in Camera
2 MP
1
Motorola Bluetooth®
Headset H700
Motorola Portable
Bluetooth® Car Kit T305
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
P
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Memory Card
2 GB microSD
C&P
P
3G
®
3
Bluetooth Wireless Technology
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas. Airtime, data charges
and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are approximate. Battery
performance depends on network configuration, signal strength, operating temperature, features
selected and voice, data and other application usage patterns.
3 This device supports Bluetooth headset, print, transfer and music profiles. In order for
Bluetooth devices to communicate with one another, they must utilize the same Bluetooth
profile. To determine the profiles supported by other Motorola devices, visit www.hellomoto.com/
bluetooth. For other devices, contact their respective manufacturer. Certain Bluetooth features
including those listed may not be supported by all compatible Bluetooth-enabled devices, and/or
the functionality of such features may be limited in certain devices, or by certain wireless carriers.
Contact your wireless carrier about feature availability and functionality.
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• Slim, Attractive Design
TM
MOTORAZR
V3xx
9.1 (Phone)
motorola
• Messaging (SMS, MMS)1
Time2 - up to14.1
approx. (hours)
Standby Time2 - up to approx.Talk
(days)
Cingular Video1
14
Weight (ounces)
Band1,3 (Dual Band
2.75and Tri Band)
UMTS/HSDPA 850/1900 MHz
GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
Dimensions (inches)
Weight (ounces)
1.8 x 4.1 x .55
Enhanced Messaging
(SMS, MMS, IM, and Mobile Email)1
Speakerphone
Preloaded Games
Motorola Vehicle
Power Adapter
Motorola Bluetooth
Headset H700
Motorola Wired
Headset
Motorola Wired
Stereo Headset
Motorola USB
Data Cable
5 Available user memory varies due to the configuration of the phone, which varies by service provider.
Polyphonic Ringtones
Dimensions (inches)
Speakerphone
Downloadable MIDI
Games1
Music Tone Ringtones
Polyphonic Ringtones
MP3 Playback
Music Tone Ringtones
Built-in Camera
MP3 Playback
Voice Record
Built-in Camera
Voice Record
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
Video (C=Capture, P=Playback)
3G
microSD
Memory Card
Screen image simulated.
4 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network coverage and roaming
agreements are present.
Removable Memory5
Up to 45 MB
Up to 2 GB
3.5
2
StandbyGSM
Time
- up GPRS
to approx.
850/1900,
Class 8 (days)
Bluetooth® Wireless Technology
(supports music profile)
1.3 Megapixel Camera with 8x Digital Zoom
Band
• 3 Pre-Loaded Games
Cingular Music1
(Soccer, Rebels and Crazy)
Motorola Travel
Charger
FPO
Built-in Memory
A2DP
Talk Time2 - up to approx. (hours)
• Polyphonic Ringtones
• Web Browser Enabled
12.3 - GSM
10.8 - WCDMA
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Wireless Technology
Removable Memory (Micro Bluetooth
SD)
Built-in Memory
GPS
1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data charges and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends
network configuration,
* Not on
included
signal strength, operating temperature,
featuresacross
selected
voice, data
**Shared
all and
applications
and other application usage patterns. 1 Network and/or SIM card dependent feature, not available in all areas.
Airtime, data changes, and/or additional charges may apply.
2 All talk and standby times are quoted in Digital Mode, and are
approximate. Battery performance depends on network configuration,
signal strength, operating temperature, features selected and voice, data
and other application usage patterns.
3 Worldwide roaming/connect globally where GSM and network
coverage and roaming agreements are present.
3.83
4.05 x 2.08 x .60
GPS1
C&P
A2DP
Removable Memory
768 KB
microSD*
Built-in Memory
50 MB**
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Advanced Speech Recognition
Unique Design
Advanced Speech Recognition
Advanced Speech Recognition
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MOTORAZR
2
MOTORAZR
V9
2
WHY MOTORAZR2 V9
Being the first to walk on the moon took a lot of ingenuity. So did being the first to talk on it.
Beginning in 1958, the race to space was fueled in part by the communications technology developed by Motorola. A
Motorola radio transponder on Apollo 11 relayed the first words from the moon to Earth. A Motorola FM radio receiver
aboard NASA’s lunar roving vehicle earned the distinction of being “the first car radio on the moon.”
At Motorola, quality is more than a goal. It’s a way of life.
It’s difficult to say when the Motorola quality process begins or ends. It’s everywhere, from prototyping all the way
through retail launch, with each phase informing all those that come before and after. Design and construction affect
test results. Test results affect design and construction. The fact is: innovation, learning and improvement are a continuous cycle. And our lives revolve around the process.
MOTOROLA AWARDS
2004 (February) The city of Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and Motorola receive the U.S. Conference of Mayors Award for
Public/Private Partnership. Baltimore’s CitiStat program employs Motorola’s Customer Service Request (CSR) system,
which allows the city to provide information efficiently to its citizens, track requests for services, and assign work crews
to resolve non-emergency service requests.
2005 (September) Motorola is among 15 U.S. organizations honored in Singapore by the U.S. Department of Commerce with
the first ever Corporate Stewardship Award, which recognizes American companies engaged in social work in Singapore.
2005 (November) Motorola receives the American Chamber of Commerce of South Africa’s Gold Award in the Education
and Training Category for its support of the broadband e-learning project of the Ulwazi E-learning Partnership. The project establishes wireless broadband connections between schools, where students and teachers talk to each other using
virtual white boards and microphones. Motorola played a leading role in the project by establishing a Canopy network
for connecting the schools.
78 YEARS OF HISTORY
1928
Motorola Founded
1936
Police Radios
1937
Consumer Radios
1956
Pager
1943
Portable Walkie-Talkie
FM Radio
1969
Moon Landing
Communications
1958
Motorola Goes
into Space
1990
First HDTV Technical
Standard
1974
Microprocessor
1983
World’s First
Commercial
Mobile Phone
1996
StarTACTM
Wearable
Phone
2002
First 3G Nationwide
Network
2004
MOTORAZRTM V3 Phone
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MOTORAZR
2
V9
New 3G Iconic Design with
Unprecedented Download
Capabilities
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