Excerpt: Aaron reviews Verizon's Motorola DROID RAZR M , one of three Motorola devices announced last week in New York. The DROID RAZR M packs a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 4.3-inch edge-to-edge Super AMOLED Advanced display, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, a front-facing camera,...
Excerpt: Aaron reviews Verizon's Motorola DROID RAZR M , which launches on September 13th for $99.99. The DROID RAZR M offers a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 4.3-inch edge-to-edge Super AMOLED Advanced display (540x960 pixels), an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD recording, a front-facing camera,...
Summary: Motorola’s second release this month, the RAZR M is a 4.3 inch 4G LTE device. In many ways, it’s the RAZR HD’s little brother, using mostly the same internals (CPU, RAM, graphics).
Pros: Feels indestructible, Generous 2000 mAh battery, 1 GB RAM, Snappy performance, no lag in testing, Fast data speeds on 3G and 4G, Hot-swappable SIM and SD cards, Great loudspeaker, FM Radio, HD Voice on, 8 MP camera with builtin HDR mode, Swype keyboard built in
Cons: Only 8GB internal storage, Yesterday’s Android – Ice Cream Sandwich, PenTile display, Motorola icon design, Non-replaceable battery, Heavy LTE use causes a battery hit, Can’t connect to 5Ghz wifi, Camera sound, LED flash
The Motorola RAZR M is a compact and well built smartphone that doesn't sacrifice performance or features
Good Gear Guide.au
28 February 2013
Summary: The Motorola RAZR M proves that bigger isn't always better. It sacrifices little in the way of performance or features to achieve its compact and ultimately impressive design. Anyone who likes smaller phones should seriously consider the RAZR M.
Pros: Compact, well constructed design, 4G connectivity, Some excellent software features
Cons: Limited internal memory, Average battery life (especially on 4G), Waiting for Jelly Bean update
Motorola RAZR M Review: The Almost-Nexus Is Almost Good
3 December 2012
Excerpt: The way Motorola has been carrying on since it was bought by Google, you’d think it was God’s gift to the smartphone industry. It’s promising the “best of Google” despite the fact that it’s not offering a Nexus-branded handset any time soon.
Excerpt: I’m getting worried about Motorola, you guys. First we saw the new RAZR and were impressed, then we pined for the battery beast that was the RAZR Maxx and instead got the RAZR V — which was essentially the new RAZR but with a lower price.
Motorola (Droid) RAZR M Review: The Best Non-Giant Android Phone
11 September 2012
Excerpt: Android phones have been getting bigger and bigger, but that’s not necessarily everyone’s cup of tea. As Motorola said at unveiling of the Droid RAZR M, some people just want a smaller phone. Does this phone, designed to fill that niche, still deliver on performance?