Droid RAZR | Motorola
Motorola appears to be launching a Developer Edition of its Droid RAZR in Europe and the US, which will feature an unlockable bootloader.
Verizon has cut $100 off from the 2-year contract price for the Droid RAZR, bringing it to $199.99. That price, however, also includes another cut: the previously included 16GB microSD card is no more.
When Motorola and Verizon officially introduced the Droid RAZR Maxx earlier this week, there was no word on when consumers might get their hands on it. That has all changed now -- the official product page on Motorola.com says the device will be available on Thursday, January 26th.
Verizon just announced a new white Droid RAZR, which will arrive "in time for the holidays." Pricing is the same at $299 with a two year contract, and the case is indeed white.
The Droid 4 will have a 4-inch, qHD display, 5-row edge-lit physical keyboard, LTE, CDMA, HSDPA, and plenty of other acronyms on board. It looks like it could really give the RAZR a run for its money.
Amazon is offering all AT&T, Sprint and Verizon Wireless phones for just $0.01 when bought with a new two-year contract this week. This special offer is highlighted by the Droid RAZR, which usually costs $299.99 on contract.
Chinese variants of the Droid RAZR have surfaced, improving on the original by adding 13-megapixel cameras and, in once case, an improved screen.
A photo recently posted (and subsequently pulled) from TwitPic depicts a phone said to be LG's U1, a rather attractive handset claimed to be the company's first to run Android 4.0.
Motorola's Droid RAZR is an LTE device for Verizon's network, and has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p video, Bluetooth 4.0, 16GB of storage, and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD display. It's all just 7.1mm thick, which is perhaps the thinnest smartphone ever made.