it's a reasonable handset though it seems very chunky for a "thin razr" thype handset, as thick is my Panasonic VS2 and almost twice as wide.
Lovely big hires display and lovely big but flat-metal keys, great UI... so-so camera, obviously one of the "eariler" 3G hansets. The standard firmware is also much improved over the Vodafone one (watch my blogs for an upcoming update)
I have (now half of due to it's screen meeting it's demise) one.
You cannot have the phone charging and use the headphones at the same time because the headphone jack is the same jack used to recharge the phone.
Bluetooth quality was poor and unacceptable - I was told this wasn't a fault. Unless i had a direct LOS with my bluetooth headset, the connection would be choppy.
Phone memory seems to be very slow. The phone can't keep up with the speed I text, quite annoying.
Inserting and taking out sim card is a *****
Phone shuts down without warning. Seems like a software fault but the phone can restart for no reason at all. This usually occured when opening/closing the phone, changing phone to speakerphone or plugging in the headphones. Sometimes occured while texting.
Phone isn't that durable, I've been told Nokias are much better quality than Motorolas and was also advised not to purchase a Motorola for business use because they can be unreliable.
Tried to take back to shop for a refund but store declined, saying that these arn't faults.
The only thing i did like about the v3x is that mine came with software for synching to comp and to make your own mp3 ringtones from any song on your computer - also you could chop and change the song and fade in fade out to change the sound and legnth of the tone its awesome