Motorola ships 50 millionth RAZR V3

July 18, 2006
Motorola Razr

Motorola announced that it has shipped its 50 millionth Motorola RAZR V3 handset Tuesday.

And in celebration, the company said it would host a series of events at the U.S. Cellular store located at 30 North LaSalle Street in downtown Chicago, in which every 50 seconds this morning between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. that particular store will give away a Motorola RAZR.

"The RAZR is Motorola's design philosophy made real: technology, design, and exceptional communication in one," said Ron Garriques, president of mobile devices at Motorola. "The development was a journey we took to find and express the soul of our company. This milestone proves Motorola's philosophy of engaging consumers and keeping them wanting more."

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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