DROID RAZR

Motorola DROID RAZR gets a white version for December

Nothing says "Happy Holidays" like the world's most neutral color. In addition to a rather subdued DROID XYBOARD announcement, Verizon let slip that an all-white version of the Motorola DROID RAZR would be available this month. Aside from a frosty casing, there's no difference from the model that launched last month - you'll still need to fork over $299.99 and sign up for a new two-year contract, or be eligible for a renewal. A specific date was not mentioned.

Motorola DROID RAZRMAX spotted already

I'm not even sure where to start here but it appears that Verizon and Motorola might have another RAZR on the way. Already you ask? Don't worry I was thinking the exact same thing. We are now seeing some data that leads us to believe Motorola is prepping the DROID RAZRMAX with a higher resolution 1280 x 720 HD screen and a bigger battery. The original DROID RAZR was just released so this is pretty crazy to see coming so soon.

Motorola HD XT928 and MT917 announced for China – don’t call them RAZRs

We've seen a couple of RAZR look-alikes bound for the Chinese market before, but now they're both official. The extremely similar devices both feature a 720p display and 13 megapixel rear cameras, beating the DROID RAZR and the identical international version soundly. Otherwise they're essentially the same, including the 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.

Verizon pits DROID 4 against DROID RAZR, ends in stalemate

"Sieve" doesn't really describe the DROID 4 leaks at this point. In amongst a smattering of press images for the as-yet-unconfirmed phone (as if we needed it at this point) came a direct comparison of the DROID 4 and DROID RAZR, courtesy of Droid-Life. It reinforces a lot of the specs that we've already seen, like a 4-inch screen and an LTE connection, but gives us a little more insight into the nitty-gritty details.

DROID RAZR Battery is removable, If you dare

When the new Motorola DROID RAZR was first announced we all quickly learned that the battery was not removable. The back of the device was attached for good, making users unable to remove or swap the battery should they choose. This isn't a huge issue but many weren't happy to hear the news. Not to mention the modding and dev community relies on battery pulls somewhat often -- I've had a few of those moments myself. Lucky for us a loyal reader has just received his shiny new DROID RAZR and tore it down himself to find that the back actually does come off, it just takes a little effort.

Verizon surprising old Razr owners with the new DROID RAZR [Video]

Do people seriously still use the original Razr? Seriously? Apparently they do because Verizon and Motorola have tracked down a few loyal (or outdated) Motorola Razr owners and are showing them what's up in 2011 with the brand new Motorola DROID RAZR, available today. The phone is beautiful and thin and whoaaa it has a camera on the front too. The video by Verizon is truly pretty epic and we figured you'd all love the laugh this Friday afternoon.

DROID RAZR torn down by iFixIt and Motorola

Have you been wondering how Motorola crammed so much high-end hardware into the DROID RAZR's slim frame, especially considering its beefy battery and LTE radio? Well so have the folks at iFixIt, only they have the expertise to tear apart that Kevlar case without destroying the goodies within. They've done their customary teardown, albeit with some non-standard tools - I'm told on good authority that that wicked little tool below is a Japanese carpentry saw called a dozuki.

Motorola Lapdock 500 clears the FCC, spotted with the DROID RAZR

We've seen plenty about Motorola's Lapdock offerings but until the recently released Lapdock 100 they were proprietary and only worked with a single device. The new Lapdock 100 and 500 will be universal and will work across all future top end Android devices from Motorola. We showed you a little about the Lapdock 100 during our Atrix 2 review but today its bigger brother the 500 has cleared the FCC and is on its way to store shelves soon.
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