Motorola DROID RAZR Review
The Motorola DROID RAZR combines the versatility of the DROID range and the slim elegance of RAZR series. Overall design is its strong point; measuring 5.14”x2.71”x0.28”, it is of the thinnest smartphone and it also manages to be a highly svelte gadget.Those who hold Motorola DROID RAZR for the first time will be amazed with how light and thin the device is. Despite its super thinness, the phone still feels sturdy and strong thanks to the aluminum chassis and a Kevlar layer on the back. The Kevlar help DROID RAZR to withstand the plethora of physical abuses that affect smartphones today.
Motorola’s flagship packs in an amazing 4.3” Super-AMOLED qHD display, made from of the robust Corning Gorilla glass, which can help to protect the display against scratches and scrapes. The display produces vivid colors and it is adequately bright, but it is, unfortunately, PenTile-based, the same display is used on the Samsung Focus Flash and Nokia Lumia 800. Although most users won’t notice, those who are sensitive to the display quality will be sorely disappointed. Under the hood, the phone packs a zippy 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. Overall, the phone feels smooth, responsive and very peppy, although it may not the fastest phone in the market today. The phone also does a good job of handling important business features and social media. But unfortunately, the mediocre camera, the sub par battery life, non-removable battery and the grease magnet body can turn off some people.