Motorola DROID RAZR HD revealed

While Nokia is busy getting lots of attention with the announcement of the Lumia 820 and Lumia 920 Windows Phones, Motorola has also announced some new gadgets, including the DROID RAZR HD smartphone. The device packs a 4.7-inch 720p display, a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, an 8-megapixel rear camera, 4G LTE, NFC, and a rather large 2,500mAH battery, which Motorola claims will give 24 hours of performance on a single charge. The device will ship with a modified version of Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, however Motorola says it will be upgradeable to Jelly Bean. 

The DROID RAZR HD comes in at 8.44mm thin, 67.9 mm wide, and 131.9mm tall. It has a super slim bezel at the edge of the screen, and the back is coated with kevlar. 

The device will be heading to Verizon's 4G network, but a price has yet to be confirmed. Motorola says it is set to ship before the holidays.

Source: Engadget

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I love my razr maxx and if this provides the same performance but better screen with same if not better battery power than I may sell mine and switch!! The razr maxx is IMO way better than any iphone out or that will come out on the market.

after coming from a razr which was a great phone. i know have the gs3 and am not planning on buying again for at least a year.

The only and only thing I don't like about this device is the back texture. Otherwise, it's almost perfect. Thin, powerful, long battery life and every other good thing.

GP007 said,
Boring, nice try Motorola but no. This isn't going anywhere.

since your the biggest wp fanboi on here i expected that comment from you. for your info the razr line sold more devices than all of windows phone combined.

smooth3006 said,

since your the biggest wp fanboi on here i expected that comment from you. for your info the razr line sold more devices than all of windows phone combined.

Source?

smooth3006 said,

since your the biggest wp fanboi on here i expected that comment from you. for your info the razr line sold more devices than all of windows phone combined.

Cool story bro.

As a previous iPhone owner, and a present Android (Galaxy S2) user, am I alone in getting very very bored of iOS and Android? There has been no significant advances in the UI of both for quite some time. Also, all Android phones these days seem to look the same but for a different wallpaper and some minor cosmetic differences in the casings.

This is why my next phone will be a Windows Phone... it's just something new to try

Edited by Ryster, Sep 5 2012, 7:27pm :

I'm sick of Motorola's phones.. I can't wait to get rid of my Bionic. I loved my original Droid but I can't stand having a locked bootloader. Either going with the Nokia Lumia 920 next or a Samsung Jellybean device.

RedFlow said,
I'm sick of Motorola's phones.. I can't wait to get rid of my Bionic. I loved my original Droid but I can't stand having a locked bootloader. Either going with the Nokia Lumia 920 next or a Samsung Jellybean device.
It's not Moto's call just liek it wasnt Samsung's call. Verzion is the one that requests they be locked. So switching carriers is what u need to do, not the phone. OH WAIT...no one else sells the Razr....oh well.

TechieXP said,
It's not Moto's call just liek it wasnt Samsung's call. Verzion is the one that requests they be locked. So switching carriers is what u need to do, not the phone. OH WAIT...no one else sells the Razr....oh well.

I call BS on that. I have a Galaxy Nexus from VZW that doesn't prevent me from unlocking it, and the original Droid wasn't locked like the new ones are.

TechieXP said,
It's not Moto's call just liek it wasnt Samsung's call. Verzion is the one that requests they be locked. So switching carriers is what u need to do, not the phone. OH WAIT...no one else sells the Razr....oh well.

Actually they do, it goes by a different name. The Atrix HD on ATT is the same thing as the RAZR HD on Verizon. I had one but returned it...lol.

TechieXP said,
It's not Moto's call just liek it wasnt Samsung's call. Verzion is the one that requests they be locked. So switching carriers is what u need to do, not the phone. OH WAIT...no one else sells the Razr....oh well.

I do agree that Verizon is also the issue but Motorola released phones for other carriers that were also locked. And I can't bring myself to leave Verizon's awesome cell phone coverage...