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.
Android's complete and utter domination, it's no surprise; clearly people in China love some Android. Reports came out that HTC was brining the DLX to market in China, and now, Motorla is following along with the RAZR i MT788.
Motorola XT907 for a couple of months now, but now we have a substantial amount of information on the phone. Engadget has posted a full list of specs and an image of the elusive device, saying that it will be dubbed the Motorola RAZR M 4G LTE when it launches at Verizon. As you can see from the image below, the phone looks pretty sleek, but will it have the power under the hood to deliver the goods? Read on to find out.
RAZR HD. We've seen bits and pieces about it from the FCC but today we have the real deal. A lucky XDA user managed to post multiple pictures of Motorola's latest phone for us all to enjoy. I sure hope that isn't the final design though, as it has one ugly back.
Motorola RAZR smartphones for China. All looking a little different but all running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
RAZR XT910 Developer Edition, targeting coders with its unlockable bootloader. Currently up for pre-order in Europe, with a US version in the pipeline, the new RAZR is intended for developers looking to create and test Android apps on a recent handset.
DROID RAZR MAXX that launched today to be at the top spot.
DROID RAZR, and only for the GSM RAZR worldwide but it's a good sign indeed. With Moto's Blur UI barely noticeable I'm a little excited I must admit.
DROID RAZR more than a few times already. Earlier this week Verizon released the official documents and update details and mentioned it was rolling out. Most users haven't seen the update yet but today Motorola themselves have confirmed users should have started getting the OTA as of yesterday.