Motorola Droid RAZR
Ultra slim and light weight.
Good camera for still and video.
Extremely thin, Durable.
Lots of screen space.
Fast 4G speeds.
Good call quality.
Very responsive phone.
Will be upgraded to Android 4.0.
QHD display resolution.
Useful software additions and accessories.
Substantial battery life.
Fiddly text messaging.
Only micro-sim cards.
Battery is non-replaceable.
Poor battery life.
Lower screen quality than competitors.
PenTile isnít a deal breaker but would be better without it.
Can be unresponsive.
Finicky autofocusing issues and poor low light performance.
Mediocre pictures and video capture.
Non-removable battery and LTE weren't meant to be together.
By Phone Arena on October 22, 2012
If you are looking at purchasing a high-end Android smartphone from Verizon, your choices are currently the Samsung Galaxy S III or the Motorola DROID RAZR HD (and RAZR MAXX HD), as they offer large 720p HD displays, and are using the 1.5GHz...85
By AnandTech on September 05, 2012
We just spent a little bit of time with the new Droid RAZR family: the Droid RAZR M, RAZR HD and RAZR HD MAXX. The RAZR M features a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced display, while the HD and HD MAXX feature 4.7-inch 720p Super AMOLED HD displays....-
By CIOL on March 02, 2012
Motorola Razr is a unique addition to smartphone market with stunning slimness and sturdiest build. It has the latest operating system, processor, android apps, camera and multimedia performance. The phone also bundles 16GB of internal memory. Though...-
By ConsumerSearch on March 01, 2012
Razr thin, but sturdyMerging the original Motorola Razr name with the power of the Droid family, the Motorola Droid Razr is a smartphone that takes "top-of-the-line specs" and stuffs them into one of the "thinnest and lightest smartphone cases on the...-
By Channel Pro on February 17, 2012
Beautiful and well built, and with a fabulous AMOLED screen, but battery life is poor and the camera lets the side downRating: 4Average: 4 (1 vote) Motorola's Razr phones have been around since the mobile industry was in its infancy, but since...80
By PC Pro on February 13, 2012
Beautiful and well built, and with a fabulous AMOLED screen, but battery life is poor and the camera lets the side...83
By Whathifi.com on February 09, 2012
The original Razr is one of the best-selling phones of all time, and its clamshell handset was one of the first to make a style a priority.It’s perhaps no wonder, then, that the Razr name is back for the smartphone era. Forget the clam, this is a...60
By Phone Arena on February 01, 2012
Based on the current selling prices of both phones, $200 for the LG Spectrum and $250 for the 32GB Motorola DROID RAZR, we have to put our money on Motorola’s pride and joy since it’s boasting a lot more quality elements over its rival. Flaunting one...-
By ThinkDigit on January 21, 2012
Without doubt, the new Razr looks absolutely fantastic. Manages to pack in a lot of power in what Motorola calls “the world’s slimmest phone”. While it isn’t bullet proof, you can still boast about the Kevlar layer on the rear...90
By DigitalVersus on January 05, 2012
With this highly respectable (but not entirely faultless) handset, Motorola has earned its place among the ranks of high-end Android smartphone makers. With a distinctive design, some handy exclusive apps, plus loads of connections and multimedia...80