Review: Motorola Droid RAZR for Verizon Wireless
Motorola resurrects its iconic brand and hopes to bring back the glory days with the Droid RAZR. This 4G smartphone for Verizon is thin, powerful, and full of surprises. Here's Phone Scoop's take in Verizon's newest Android device.
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You know who you are. You don't follow trends, you set them. You spare no expense in order to have the latest thing, and don't care much about the nay-sayers as long as you like the product that's in your hand. And so it is with the Motorola RAZR, a new smartphone meant to set trends and cut a new path in the competition for smartphone dominance.
Motorola and Verizon Announce the 7.1mm Thick Droid RAZR
Oct 18, 2011
Motorola and Verizon Wireless today announced the Droid RAZR, a new Android-based smartphone that revives Motorola's iconic branding. It has a stainless steel core, Kevlar back, Gorilla Glass front, and Splashguard nanotech coatings both inside and out.
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Our hands-on first impressions of the new Motorola Droid RAZR for Verizon Wireless. This super-thin phone sports 4G LTE and a super-thin 7.1mm body.
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What the "Wrap-Up" Should Say
"Bottom line it's not an Apple device.
Because of this i have to be super anal about the smallest of things."
If you use smart actions you can extend the battery considerably. Besides when did battery removal become some a beneficial feature? I'll tell you when, when Motorola made it fixed like how Apple has been doing for years.
It's just something for Apple fans to complain about. Illogical blindly following Apple to complain about stupid small things.
Need extra juice, get one of those battery packs you can plug into. Plus there will more than likely be some manufacturer coming out with a battery pack/case like how iPhone's have.
Better be better than the dud Bionic
I really think they rushed this phone out and now the "razr is the fix, that is if you have a spare line or $649.00 to buy on out right.