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Don't want to swallow our Motorola Droid RAZR review in one bite? Let's break it up a bit. Here's our official walkthrough of the hardware. Put it this way: It's big. It's thin. It's relatively light.

It's almost too big, though. The Droid RAZR is about the widest phone we've ever used. If you've got smallish hands, it could be a bit much. But, boy, is it ever thin -- 7.11 mm at its thinnest point.

It's also bitterly ironic that the back of the phone is as beautiful as it is, because that solid piece means no removable battery. Time will tell if that's its Achilles' Heel.

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Motorola Droid RAZR hardware review


Regarding your comment at 3:26, I'm pretty sure that devices that have capacitive buttons won't have the on-screen buttons be displayed in ICS.

Great Review, I will need to see it in person but I know my heart is set on the Nexus. I might just change to Verizon to pick it up as I don't see a way of getting in on Tmob.