Engadget recently wrote a post about how the RAZR V3 is still the top selling phone in America. Boy Genius got a hold of this story, and his take was that it’s a matter of economics. The idea is: you know the economy is doing badly when people are still buying RAZRs. Personally, I think it has nothing to do with economics. It’s all about consumer education. Here in North America, we’re having a terrible time convincing and educating users about the benefits of data and how to use it. Many users are still buying RAZRS because they only see a phone as a talking device, and the RAZR is just that, only a talking device. There is no proper Internet on the phone, the games are terrible and even listening to music is awful. This phone is to mobile entertainment what Crocs are to fashion.