Motorol Droid RAZR

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  • Form Factor: Touch Screen
  • Software Platform: Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread)
  • Size/Dimensions: 130.70mm (x) 68.90mm (y) 7.1mm (z)
  • Display: 4.3” 540x960 Super AMOLED Advanced
  • Weight: 127g
  • Processor: Dual-core 1.2GHz processor
  • Battery: 1780 mAh
  • Talk and Standby Time:  Up to 12.5 Hours Talk Time and Up to 8.5 days Standby Time
  • Bands/Modes: CDMA800,CDMA1900,LTE B13 700
  • Connectivity: 3.5mm, BOTA, Corporate Sync, DLNA, MML, Phone Portal, HDMI, USB 2.0HS
  • Bluetooth: Stereo Bluetooth Class 2, Version 4.0 LE+EDR
  • Messaging/Web/Apps:  MMS, SMS, Email (Corporate Sync, Google Mail, Push Email, Yahoo, GTalk), WebKit w/ Flash
  • Camera:  8 MP, 1.3 MP P2P Video, LED
  • Audio:  AAC, AAC+, AAC+ Enhanced, AMR NB, AMR WB, MIDI, MP3, WAV
  • v10, WMA v9
  • Video: Capture/Playback/Streaming, HD Video, H.263, H.264, MPEG4, WMV
  • Storage & Memory: 1GB RAM x 16GB ROM, 11.5GB user available internal memory, 16 GB microSD card preinstalled
  • WLAN  802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
  • Location Services:  aGPS (assisted), eCompass, sGPS (simultaneous), GLONASS
  • Pre-loaded Applications:  MotoCast™, Google Mobile Services, Google Talk™
 
There are 48 comments

andoman says:

Nice! Now bring it to Sprint!

linzgeneral says:

Sprint has had it for a few months now. Its called the Photon. What's up with these new phones with specs from 6 months ago or older trying to sell it as cutting edge. QHD is so yesterday, I want an HD screen already. So is 1 gig of Ram and 1.3mp front camera among others. Nothing is new on this phone.

Draiko#AC says:

This is the template for the new Photon. LTE/CDMA, SAMOLED screen, Kevlar/Steel body, Gorilla glass, thin, dock support... just throw in a Kickstand, slap in a next-gen Tegra, call it a Photon, bring it to Sprint, shut up, and TAKE MY MONEY.

mykpfsu says:

Thinner, faster processor than the Photon and Photon does not capture at 1080p.

It is interesting that you point that out.

Motorola just can't make it past 4.3.

vinny jr says:

4.3 is the perfect size phone IMO. Anything larger you might as well buy a freaken tablet and carry it around your neck. I think the razr is the best phone on the market and it is a perfect device. I think when the new 4.o OS ICS is flashed onto the razr it will be one bad ass phone. I will have to have them both, it is going to be one very expensive year for me for mobile phones. Just can not help myself.

terrycanfly says:

False. Sprint has had a pentile qhd with horrible colors and pixelation. This is a super amoled at qhd resolutions. Significantly better. Pair that with a processor that is 20% faster per core and yes you get a significantly better and more future capable device.

terrycanfly says:

False. Sprint has had a pentile qhd with horrible colors and pixelation. This is a super amoled at qhd resolutions. Significantly better. Pair that with a processor that is 20% faster per core and yes you get a significantly better and more future capable device.

TheIowaKid says:

I thought you couldnt triple stamp a double stamp?

supahmatt says:

Sprint has really had this? Sprint has really had SAMOLED Advanced? i thought the photon had 1 GHz dual-core Processor in it, while the Droid Razr has a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, and the photon was pen-tile wasn't it. The photon was also thicker, not on Verizon, plus if the SAMOLED Advanced screens have 50% more sub-pixels like the SAMOLED+ screens do, this is a really nice screen as well as phone. GO Verizon!

(it is (a) cutting edge)(ha-ha!)

andoman says:

Nice! Now bring it to Sprint!

aleis says:

no NFC?
what time does that galaxy nexus event start again??
Im just saying! :)

Jamion says:

Yea, my next phone is going to have NFC and ICS. Specs are close to what I want, but with those two things missing I will not buy the phone. They should have waited another month, let the bionic breath and released it with NFC and ICS.

bldmovs says:

at least the form factor is a touch screen #movingon #galaxynexus

Rob White says:

Looks pretty good

dcgore says:

Looks cool. oh man, decisions, decisions.

killer2293 says:

its awesome to have choice.....so many sweet phones coming so soon.

Snareman says:

Size looks much more manageable compared to the Nexus. Why don't any of these have GSM antennas? Verizon doesn't have any decent Android world phones

E_man says:

According to the leak of the Galaxy Nexus Specs, that phone will be a whole 6mm longer, or a quarter of an inch, than this phone. It will also be slightly narrower, and not much thicker (talking in the 1-3mm range).

How is that "much more manageable"?

rootusr says:

I'm more exited about the motoactive than this Razr, other than being that thin I don't see any other great feature, Let's wait to see ICS

Unfortunately... on a day that was suppose to "Unify" Android... I see more "Fragmentation" then ever...

dyinman says:

Sure. Whatever dude.

The manufacturers are the ones causing the "so called" fragmentation not Google. For all intents and purposes, apps on a iPad/iPhone 4/4s that won't work on an iPhone 3G/3GS, can also be labeled as fragmentation.

Google's ICS announcement is in about 10 hours. You would know this if you had any real business on Android Central other than trolling.

Go back to your Apple-approved websites and continue to wait until they announce the iPhone 4.1S

Care to elaborate on the "more fragmentation then ever" u are seeing??

icebike says:

Don't Feed the Trolls.

elmejor183 says:

I find it redundant to put computer to phone music streaming, doc sharing, picture sharing, etc when you can do that with Google Music, Google Docs, Google+ or Picasa and etc. I do understand that they are trying to close some gaps but to me it seems it would be better for Google to close the gaps, and make some main services like that more seamless.

elmejor183 says:

I find it redundant to put computer to phone music streaming, doc sharing, picture sharing, etc when you can do that with Google Music, Google Docs, Google+ or Picasa and etc. I do understand that they are trying to close some gaps but to me it seems it would be better for Google to close the gaps, and make some main services like that more seamless.

packisback says:

It's nice to see a Verizon/Motorola phone not loaded with bloat. My wife was not happy when a Droid X update put a link to Madden 2011 in her app drawer and wouldn't allow her to remove it. I still think I will get the Nexus over this phone.

ithinkimjoe says:

its definitely going to be loaded with bloat. every "DROID" phone is nowadays. they obviously don't want to advertise that though.

equake says:

Anyone notice Bluetooth 4.0. What this means is near Wifi transfer rates over Bluetooth. Anyone thinking of tethering over BT the easy way?

dmm5157 says:

Looks good, better specs that I was anticipating. I hope the same holds true tonight for the new Nexus.

DolfanCole says:

Anyone know what the "SAMOLED Advanced" display is and how it compares to the SAMOLED, SAMOLED+, and SAMOLED HD?

DaGODFather says:

I don't know who would pay $299.99 for this phone or any Motorola phone...To me that's a ridiculous price! Correct me if I'm wrong Moto and Apple are the only one with these price tags.

mhans311 says:

The Thunderbolt was $300 when it came out. So was the Samsung Charge.

DolfanCole says:

Actually the TBolt and Revolution were only $249 at release. The Charge was the only LTE phone to release at $299 until the Bionic.

DaGODFather says:

Oh so its a Verizon thing!!

crzytwnman says:

Only because it's a 4G LTE thing! You pay for the tech. Verizon is the only carrier that does not charge anything extra to use their TRUE 4G network over the 3G network. Sprint (the only other carrier with 4G) charges $10/month extra for it's WiMax network. That adds up to an extra $240 over a two-year contract. Verizon's $299 high-end 4G LTE phones are a bargain in comparison, plus you get the reliability of the Verizon network.

Shawheim says:

False, Sprint does not charge $10 extra for wimax. They changed it to a regular data charge mandatory for all smart phones. That was months ago.

tdTSGordon says:

Verizon charges a premium to use their network in the first place so there is no need for any "extra fees" but use enough data and the new tiered data plans are essentially the same thing. It all depends on whats a bargain to you, significantly faster speeds at a significantly higher cost, or significantly slower speeds at a significantly lower cost. To each his own.

frozndevl says:

You do realize that for a subsidized phone, the extra $100 works out to $4.16 a month or $.14 a day? And this looks to be the most well-constructed Android phone to date. With the iPhone4 and 4s as the benchmark for quality builds, I would say on paper that this is tops.

Taz89 says:

what is super amoled advanced? and is it pentile?

zhecht says:

Splashguard is the killer feature here. Suprised Moto is the only one pushing this.

That said, I really hope SAMOLED Advanced isn't pentile...

smthomas66 says:

Developers will be able to start bringing console quality games to these devices which is great. The phones are starting to get too pricey though at release. $199 is the most I'll pay for a cutting edge phone.

crzytwnman says:

$199 is the most I'd pay for a cutting edge 3G phone. Verizon doesn't charge to use their LTE network, and the technology in a 4G LTE phone is more cutting edge than that in 3G phones. Take that into account and you have a great deal. Consider how much you spent on a computer with these specs 10 years ago.

mottspj says:

Su. o why would I want this instead of the galaxy nexus. Gingerbread instead of ice. 4.7 inch screen nfc. Same price.

dcgore says:

Moto has been known for having the best antennas in the biz. Some people really enjoy their built quality and feel.

Concession says:

This phone looks pretty nice, but without a removable battery it is useless to me. The ability to battery swap is essential in a smart phone. I can't afford to have my phone die on me.

Hopefully future Moto phones continue to look like this one, but can battery swap.

Shawheim says:

a non removable battery is a no go and a no no.