Tagged: DROID RAZR
Motorola are possibly preparing to announce not one new device next month, but two. Some new details have turned up showing what we've previously been calling the RAZR Mini, now being listed as the Motorola DROID M for Verizon. This mid-range smartphone is still rather impressive though, and could accompany their new DROID RAZR HD.
GSMArena that the update was starting today, Motorola's European Facebook page announced it was rolling out to "select users" this afternoon.
Facebook for the platform to announce and unveil their next Android powered smartphone. Today they've confirmed a "big reveal" is set for this coming Friday, and we all have to guess what it is. I'm betting an original RAZR flip phone. The picture and quote below is all we have to go on, but I've already figured it out.
Motorola Atrix HD and what they are calling the Motorola "Circle Widget" and I instantly wanted it. It's one of the better all-in-one weather, clock, and battery widgets we've seen lately -- and now has been pulled so others can enjoy it too.
DROID RAZR variant for Verizon Wireless. Being called the Motorola XT907 we are light on details other than the image below showing the rear of the device. It looks very similar to the recently announced Motorola Atrix HD for AT&T, and doesn't appears to be the RAZR HD. Lets start up the rumor mill.
Ice Cream Sandwich for the DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX is finally official. Rolling out to all users as of this morning, Motorola has used to opportunity to drop a quick video showing off the new OS. This is essentially a welcome video that will help outline what is new, and what users can expect after the update.
Ice Cream Sandwich for the very popular DROID RAZR and brother the RAZR MAXX is here. This is finally official too. Verizon this morning has confirmed the update both online, and in press emails going out. For those who have waited through the leaks, rumors, and missed dates I'm happy to report it's finally rolling out as of this morning.
DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX. After the entire mix up last week about its rumored Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update today we can now confirm the ICS upgrade is rolling out to testers in Motorola's Feedback Network. If all goes well we could see this update available for everyone within the next week.