Motorola has now announced the release of a new the handset which many will recognize the name of, the new Motorola Razr- which is also to be called the Motorola RAZR Droid in America takes on the branding from a previous phone sold some years ago called the Motorola RAZR V3.
The new Motorola RAZR is a very different phone to the V3 and it looks like the manufacturer is aiming to gain interest from one of its best-selling mobile phone models of all time by using the RAZR name tag once again.
There is some exciting new technology being used in the manufacture of the new RAZR, this includes a laser-cut Kevlar back cover which is the same material used in body armor and 'SplashGuard' which is a nanoparticle-based water repellant system that not only covers the outer casing but also the electronic innards of the phone.
Getting down to the bare bones in terms of features, the Motorola RAZR is a powerful smartphone with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor along with 1GB of RAM at its heart, the main touch screen measures 4.3 inches and uses the same Super AMOLED display technology found in the Samsung Galaxy S2.
On the reverse of the phone the Motorola RAZR again matches the Galaxy S2 with an 8-megapixel camera supporting full 1080p HD video capture and there is a secondary 1.3-megapixel camera on the front of the phone facilitating video calls.
Another Motorola phone may spring to mind whilst looking at these specifications which is the new Atrix 2 which is due to upgrade the existing Motorola Atrix very soon, however, the Atrix 2 is not going to be sold in European markets and so the new RAZR will be the manufacturers flagship devise in this area.
One point that may go against this new phone is that although it runs the very latest Android 2.3.5 operating system known as Gingerbread it will be up against competition from the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus which will be running the Android 4.0 system known as Ice Cream Sandwich, which could hurt sales.
To counter this Motorola have included some new software features of their own including one called 'Smart Actions' which allows the user to completely personalize their experience from changing the menus around to launching different applications within certain features.
The Motorola RAZR is extremely sleek which again points back to the days of the slim V3 model, this new phone measures a mere 7.1mm thin at its slimmest point but manages to pack in a multitude of features.
Connectivity is provided by Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and fast download speeds via HSPA+, as well as 3.5G support and Motorola, have also addresses the problem of power drainage from the Android system by installing a large 1780mAh battery for longer life between charges.
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