Motorola RAZR

Motorola unveils the RAZR D1 and D3 smartphones

Motorola has officially unveiled a pair of RAZR branded smartphones. The announcement includes the RAZR D1 and RAZR D3, both of which will initially be headed to Brazil. Similar to some of the other RAZR branded smartphones, Motorola is touting these as offering a long battery life along with "awesome power" and "advanced cameras." Interestingly enough, Motorola doesn't offer any specifics on the camera.

Motorola RAZR V on the way to Canada

Good news for all of you Canadian smartphone users, as Motorola announced today that the RAZR V will be heading to Canadian markets later this year. It looks to be arriving relatively soon too, as Motorola says that it should be available in Q3 of 2012. Hit the jump to see what you can expect when the RAZR V makes the trip to Canada.

Motorola RAZR MAXX priced in the UK

Love Motorola's design sense, but can't stand to have a phone that lasts less than three days on a single charge? Then the DROID RAZR MAXX is for you. Unless you're one of the 6 billion or so people outside of Verizon's US-only coverage area - then you'll have to wait for the international GSM version, the RAZR MAXX. Moto confirmed that the phone would be coming to Europe and the Middle East on Tuesday, and now UK retailer Clove has posted the pre-order page. Prepare to pay up if you want the extra longevity.

Motorola RAZR MAXX coming to Europe and the Middle East

When Motorola and Verizon showed off the DROID RAZR MAXX way back at CES, plenty on international readers wondered, "OK, so when do we get it?" If you happen to be situated somewhere in Europe or the Middle East, the answer is, "May." Motorola announced that they'll be bring the extra-long battery life and charming design of the RAZR MAXX to those territories, minus Verizon's exclusive DROID name and 4G LTE connection. Just like the Motorola RAZR, it's basically a GSM version of Verizon's phone that's unlocked as far as carriers go.

Motorola RAZR (international) update begins in Europe

Good news for anyone who's bought the Motorola RAZR, the international version of the DROID RAZR: you're getting a software update! Bad news: it's not Ice Cream Sandwich. Though it'll be anywhere from several weeks to two or three months before Motorola charitably gets around to putting the latest version of Android on its flagship machine, regular maintenance updates are continuing. The latest version (SPU15) can be accessed from the Settings menu and applied manually for users in the UK, France, Spain and Italy. If you're not in a hurry, it should pop up automatically sometime in the next few days.
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