Motorola, as previously promised, relaunched its RAZR brand of mobile phones today with the release of the Droid RAZR via Verizon Wireless. The Android 2.3-based smartphone is super-thin but still has support for Verizon's fast LTE wireless network. You can check out Neowin's official review of the phone right here. In summary, it's a solid phone if you don't want to wait to get the Samsung Galaxy Nexus which will have Android 4.0 out of the box (Motorola has already promised the Droid RAZR will get a free Android 4.0 update in the future).
While Verizon is selling the Droid RAZR for $299.99 (with a two year contract) there is a way to get the phone, legally, for a lot less. Amazon Wireless is selling the smartphone for today only for a mere $111.11. Yes, it's the latest "11.11.11" deal. Be warned; if you want to get the new RAZR immediately that won't happen with this Amazon Wireless deal. The phone has already been back ordered, according to the site, so you will have to wait about eight or nine days for the Droid RAZR to ship. But that may be a small price to pay to get a phone that today is price nearly two thirds less than Verizon's normal price.
Oh, and did we mention that you could get a $100 Amazon.com gift card if you decide to get the Droid RAZR with its hotspot feature activated? Yep, that little extra is in this Amazon Wireless deal as well.