Motorola Razr with 1.3Ghz dual core processor and 1GB of RAM
Motorola are trying to establish a foothold in the smartphone market with their new phone, the Razr. The name will ring a bell from the flip Motorola phones from 2004, however, this phone is incredibly different. Motorola have said that the phone will run the operating system Android Gingerbread 2.3.5, despite the recent release of Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
The Razr is incredibly thin at just 7.1mm thick. This makes it the smallest smartphone in the world. With this thin design, you might think that it feels weak and like it is going to snap, this is not the case and it is quite dexterous. Motorola says the phone has also been cut with diamonds, how relevant that is, i don’t know! With it’s diamond cut, the phone feels comfortable in your hand.
The Razr has been built to withstand some drops and scrapes. The back is made out of Kevlar, no one has tested a gun with it to see how thick and effective it is, yet. The screen has been made out of Gorilla Glass, which always hows a high build quality and protects your screen. The device is also splash proof to stop any water damage. Drops of water can be easily wiped off.
The screen is a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED Advanced display. When it comes to screen quality and resolution the Razr is up there with the best, Images are crisp and incredibly bright.
With an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p full HD video recording, the camera capabilities are brilliant. Like the iPhone running iOS 5 you can open the camera from the lock screen, maybe showing that Motorola want to show off the camera?
The Razr has a 1.2GHz dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. Coupled together you have a lot of power in this thin device. There is no lag when loading apps and swapping between them. Web loading is also quick and swapping in and out of the browser didn’t slow the phone down.
So what are your views on the Motorola Razr Droid? Likely to be a popular smartphone?