Motorola Droid Razr HD — The Razr’s back, and it’s better than ever
8 March 2014
Conclusion: Overall, we see no reason to fault the Motorola Droid Razr HD at all. It’s got nearly all the top specs: NFC, HD screen, Android 4.0 (and it’s ready for Android 4.0 Jelly Bean by the end of the year) and a solid design encased in Kevlar. Would we like to have seen a quad core processor in there?
Conclusion: It’s an unusual proposition to come across and for the most part the biggest shortcoming of the Motorola RAZR HD is its timing. It’s certainly one of the most well built phones we’ve encountered in recent months and the battery life is phenomenal, particularly when it has to deal with 4G usage;...
Pros: Good build quality, Amazing battery life, 4G (LTE) capability
Cons: Design will divide consumers, Weaker specs for a flagship, Expensive
Summary: A really very comprehensive offering from Motorola, the Razr HD is the best Razr to date. However, it doesn't quite have the upper-level clout to compete with its rivals, particularly at such a high price point.
Pros: Well built, Close to stock Android, Good all round performer
Cons: On the heavy side, Unsightly back panel texture, Pentile display
Conclusion: The Motorola name may not have the hip cache of Apple, Samsung or even Sony, but on the evidence of the Razr HD the US company is perfectly capable of producing a very fine Android smartphone.
Pros: Sharp 720p HD Super AMOLED screen, solid build quality, decent battery life
The Motorola RAZR HD is a well-built smartphone with some intuitive software and good battery life
Good Gear Guide.au
2 May 2013
Summary: The Motorola RAZR HD's big battery definitely lasts a little longer than many of its competitors, giving it a slight advantage. This is a well-built smartphone with some intuitive software but the RAZR HD's industrial look and feel won't strike a positive chord with everyone.
Pros: Good battery life, Impressive build quality, Intuitive and simple UI
Cons: Industrial design won't suit all tastes, Waiting for Jelly Bean update, Non-removable battery
Conclusion: The Motorola Razr HD is not a bad phone by any means, offering an excellent screen, albeit not on a par with the Sony Xperia Z, and a unique design, albeit not quite as nice as the HTC One. That's the problem with the Razr HD.
Pros: Excellent battery life, good design, minimalist Android skin.
Cons: Poor camera, difficult to hold, performance can be laggy., The price.
Conclusion: Overall, it is hard not to come out in favour of the Motorola RAZR HD. Inside and out, there are some very alluring features. The specs may not be able to match up to the bleeding edge flagship devices of 2013, but there if you’re not too concerned about that then there’s an awful lot to like here.