Motorola has indeed decided to use the throw-back name for their newest 4G LTE smartphone, it is the Droid RAZR. This device has some interesting features that differentiate it from the rest of the pack, such as: a woven kevlar back, Gorilla Glass with Motorola Splash Guard nanotechnology coating, and it is compatible with a Lapdock. The Lapdock comes in a 10 inch or 14 inch form factor, and allows you to hook up your phone and boot into a desktop-like environment. The RAZR name was probably used due to the fact that this phone was touted as the world’s thinnest smartphone (for now), measuring a mere 7.1mm. Even though it’s super thin, Motorola still managed to jam in a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8-megapixel camera that captures 1080p video, 16GB of internal storage, and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced qHD display.
Motorola has even tried to tackle battery life more thoroughly on this device and has introduced Smart Actions. These Smart Actions were designed to optimize your battery by turning off things like Bluetooth and GPS when you are on your home Wi-Fi network. These optimizations have enabled this device powered by a 1800mah battery to achieve 12.5 hours of talk time and 8.9 hours of video playback.
Pre-Orders will begin on October 27th and the device will officially launch in early November. The Motorola RAZR is priced at $299.99 on a 2 year contract. If you think this might be the phone for you, you might want to wait and see what Google and Samsung have in store for us tonight.
[Via:This is my Next]