Motorola Inc. on Tuesday unveiled two models of its sleek Razr cellular phone, both with digital cameras and one built for high-speed CDMA networks.
For the fashion conscious, the Schaumberg, Ill., company also released a pink and an ice blue Razr.
The CDMA Razr with Ev-DO includes a 1.3 megapixel camera. EV-DO is a high-speed enhancement to the CDMA technology. The phone is suited for people interested in downloading video or using other advanced data services.
The RAZR V3i includes a 1.23 megapixel camera, expandable memory and a "spun-metal look," the company said.
The thin, clam-shell Razr is one of Motorola's most popular models. The new versions are expected to available in various regions by the end of the year.