Review: Motorola Droid RAZR for Verizon Wireless
In my tests of the stock Android browser on the RAZR under Verizon's LTE 4G network, it was very fast, though it felt a bit slower than Verizon's other LTE handsets did (this is just a perception). Heavy-duty web sites with lots of content loaded in a couple of blinks instead of one. The RAZR was notably slower when stuck in 3G land, though speeds were consistently good.
The RAZR offers users plenty of room to adjust the phone's appearance, behavior and functionality.
The items unique to the Droid RAZR include several re-sizable Motorola widgets, such as the social networking widget, the favorites widget, the photo gallery widget (which also includes friends' Facebook photos,) and so on.
The Smart Actions tools also offer an interesting way to set up automatic controls over select behaviors of the RAZR.