This newest addition to Verizon’s Droid lineup boasts a Gorilla Glass coated, 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display — a first for any mobile handset — atop a dual-core one.2GHz TI OMAP4430 processor. Although the RAZR could look like a Kevlar-wrapped, slightly warped Droid X with its 7.1mm skinny silhouette and acquainted topside hump, the insides tell a completely different tale. Moto’s also included Lapdock 100 and 500 Pro compatibility, changing this latest red-eyed beastie into an influence user’s succor.
Nice to know that Google’s Android operating system managed to drag Motorola back from the brink with the original Motorola Droid, and here we are many generations later with the Motorola Droid RAZR, perhaps the amalgamation of both names might convince be quite the killer. No matter what people say though, you cannot deny that this can be also a factor of beauty, basically putting “impossible” into your pocket.You definitely cannot deny the fact that the Motorola Droid RAZR actually has the bite to make a copy the bark, so to talk. Sporting 1GB RAM inside alongside Android a pair of 3.5 Gingerbread right out of the box so that you need not waste your time watching for software updates, you’ll also be ready to stream and download content from your computer to the device itself immediately because of the Motorola MotoCast apps. At the front lies a 720p-capable video camera, whereas there’s conjointly an 8-megapixel camera at the rear that does Full HD resolution shooting.
To facilitate your squeeze the most productivity out of its 21 century RAZR, Moto’s also thrown in what it’s calling SmartActions software to manage your phone’s battery life. These user-determined settings will be programmed to shut off Bluetooth when you come home or cut down the processor speed whereas you are on the phone — whatever your energy wants, the corporate’s intent you create the foremost of this handset. A new personal cloud feature comes bundled with the device, dubbed MotoCast. Video, photos, documents and music will be streamed from your laptop straight to the hand held. And for the IT departments of the planet, the RAZR comes business ready with Citrix Receiver, Motorola Webtop and videoconferencing talents.
Motorola has additionally confirmed that the phone can be exclusive to Rogers in Canada, where it will simply be called the Motorola RAZR. Still no word on an exact unharness date, but the phone is currently offered for pre-order at $150 on a 3-year contract, and Motorola says it will launch “in time for the vacations.”