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The Droid RAZR is a legitimate feat of hardware engineering — but is it your next phone?
7 November 2011
Summary: So is the Droid RAZR worth Motorola’s marketing blitz? Is it the phone to get? Well, probably not. While the hardware engineering required to stuff the internals of the Bionic into the thinnest smartphone design on the market is nothing short of amazing, the compromise on display quality needed to get there simply isn’t worth it.
Summary: The Motorola Droid RAZR is easily one of the best smartphones on any network, thanks to its ultra-thin but strong design and beautiful Super AMOLED Advanced display. The smartphone is also noticeably faster than the Droid Bionic, and it makes the most of its blazing 4G speeds with useful apps such as MotoCast.
Excerpt: Motorola have been around for a long time now making phones, everyone will remember the iconic RAZR phone which went through a few different phases including the V3i, V3xx and the Maxx which the later ones were 3G versions back in the days of 3G first launching here in the UK
Motorola RAZR review: The RAZR is back and it's thinner than ever
Good Gear Guide.au
24 December 2011
Summary: If you can live with its large size and sometimes awkward feel, the Motorola RAZR is one of the best Android smartphones released this year. It combines a brilliant and vibrant screen in a unique frame, and tops off the package with slick and intuitive software that aids the user experience.
Pros: Fantastic 4.3in display, Excellent performance and slick software, Included Motorola apps add value
Cons: Large size is uncomfortable to hold, Feels top heavy due to "bump" design, Non-removable battery
Summary: Motorola’s RAZR is an impressive performer, with no one fault major enough to undermine a solid Android smartphone experience. However, despite some clever native app work, we can’t help but think that the RAZR would have benefited from Ice Cream Sandwich support, something that early adopters are going to have to likely wait quite some time for, and a little more work in the photography department to make it a match for Apple’s iPhone 4S.
Excerpt: Motorola has resurrected the venerable Razr name for its new ultra-thin Android smartphone, but is the company on the bleeding edge or trading on past glories? Julian Prokaza finds out in our review.