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We're back with part five of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the cameras on every phone.
We're back with part four of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the performance of every phone on the table
We're back with part thre of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today we look at the software present on each device.
We're back with part two of our One X vs. Galaxy S III vs. Xperia S vs. Droid Razr vs. Optimus 4X HD super smartphone showdown. Today, in another video, we take a look at the displays of each device.
In what is set to be an epic battle here at Neowin, over the next week we pit the flagship devices from the five major Android smartphone manufacturers against one another. Part 1 looks at the designs
Verizon has announced that both the Motorola Droid RAZR and RAZR Maxx smartphones will start their Android 4.0 upgrade program beginning today. Other devices will soon get Android 4.0 upgrades.
Motorola has provided some more details about which of its Android smartphones and tablets will get an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) along with a list of release dates.
Motorola just retooled and upped the game for the Droid Razr Maxx. After upping the battery, is the new Razr climbing the ladder or is the extra juice not worth the expense.
Motorola announced that it has only shipped 1 million of its Android powered tablets such as the Xoom and the Droid Xyboard, in 2011, including just 200,000 tablets in the fourth quarter of last year
Motorola Mobility reported that its fourth quarter 2011 revenues would be below previous expectations, and that it shipped 5.3 million smartphones with the Android OS in the fourth quarter.
Amazon Wireless has a week long sale of a number of recent smartphones which can be bought for just one penny plus a $100 Amazon gift card if users turn on the wireless hotspot feature.
The lovely folks at iFixit have already torn apart a new Motorola Droid Razr to test its ease of repair. Let's just say that repairs are not user-friendly at all.
Motorola and Verizon have officially launched the Droid RAZR Android-powered smartphone today and Amazon is selling the phone for the low price of just $111.11 for today only.
Verizon has confirmed that it will begin selling the Motorola Droid RAZR, the super-thin Android-based smartphone, on Friday, November 11, 2011 at exactly 11: 11 am.
People who purchase the Android 2.3 powered Droid RAZR in November will be able to update the operating system to Android 4.0 sometime in early 2012, according to Motorola.
As expected, Motorola has officially announced the Droid RAZR, a new Android-based smartphone that's just 7.1mm but can connect to Verizon Wireless LTE-based 4G network.
A new photo showing off the next Android-based smartphone from Motorola has hit the Internet ahead of the official announcement planned for Tuesday at a press event in New York City.
Motorola has invited members of the press to a media even in New York City on October 18 where it will announce at least one new product
A new rumor claims that Motorola is developing a new Android-based phone called the Droid RAZR, which shares the name of one of the company's most popular mobile phones.