Capable of taking calls, sending text messages, taking pictures, and playing media like games and music. Note, there are two major versions of this phone, and the insides are completely different. The CDMA version (CDMA), which is used on networks such as: Sprint, and Verizon, and the GSM version (GSM), which is used on networks such as: AT&T, and T-Mobile.
Identifying the Device
The RAZR V3c has a flip design. It has a screen on the front of the phone, as well as a Motorola logo, in the shape of a circle with an 'm' in the center. If it's a V3c, it will have a mobile carrier logo on the back as well as the Motorola logo. Some feature may be disabled.
Use this troubleshooting guide to pinpoint any problems with your V3c. Motorola V3c Troubleshooting
Motorola initially released the original RAZR in 2004. The upgraded V3c was released a year later, in the fall of 2005.