Motorola announces Droid Razr, The Thinnest Android Phone
Itâ€™s long been reported that Motorola keeps getting different â€œRazrâ€ related domain names even though it hasnâ€™t released any new phones in ages. The domain name acquisition obviously means the company is planning on releasing new phones in the future and that time is now as Motorola has announced a new Razr phone.
The Motorola Droid Razr is an Android powered smartphone that is supposedly smartphone in the world, measuring just 7.1mm in thickness. The phone, which will be made available in a few weeksâ€™ time will pack a dual-core 1.2Ghz processor, one gigabyte of RAM and a qHD display AMOLED screen measuring 4.3 inches and protected by Gorilla Glass. This smartphone is built to be very tough. Aside from the aforementioned Gorilla Glass, the body will be made from Kevlar fiber, stainless steel and a splashguard that will protect it from water damage. The Droid Razr will be powered by Android Gingerbread but will be tweaked to carry Motorolaâ€™s own Ninjablur interface.
Additional features of the phone include an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, which will reportedly be capable of shooting 1080p quality videos. The phone will also have Netflix integration, allowing it to download HD movies from the movie service. The built-in HDMI interface on the camera means you can attach it to a monitor to watch the movies inÂ a larger display. The Droid Razr will have a 16Gb internal storage and to further entice buyers, it will also ship with a 16Gb microSD card. Finally, the battery life of the Droid Razr has been clocked at 12.5 hours of talk time.
The specs and the form factor may make the Motorola Droid Razr the next new must-have Android phone.