Verizon Wireless launches the EV-DO RAZR2

Verizon Wireless announced that it would begin selling the EV-DO version of the RAZR2 handset, the V9m, which will retail at $299.99 with a two-year contract and after a $50 mail-in rebate, next month. 

Back in May, Motorola unveiled its RAZR2 line of handsets: which included versions V8, V9 and V9m. The V8 handset is a quad-band GSM/EDGE phone that uses a Motorola Linux interface. The V9 is the 3G HSDPA model that uses Motorola's Synergy UI. The V9m is the CDMA EV-DO handset that also makes use of the Synergy UI. The external touch sensitive keys on the device feature "haptics" or tactile feedback (vibrations) when pushed.

For more on the RAZR2 V9m:
- read this press release

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