Motorola Droid HD RAZR and RAZR MAXX HD

A Motorola It had got head somewhat spoil the party Nokia presenting their new terminals on the same day, and as you can see by their appearance and specifications, they are more than interesting, another thing is to be called so much attention as the Finnish company that has taught.

The first of them, and flagship, is the Motorola Droid RAZR HD, a spectacular screen Smartphone’s 4.7 inch and high resolution, as a novelty in the family of American phones. The thickness is only 8.4 mm, you can know him better the following video:

It appears on the market with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, something rare to take account of the conservatorship of Google, but good, because we are accustomed to these situations (promise Jelly Bean before year’s end). Motorola customizing is light enough issue that we would like to thank.

In the part of the omnipresent Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core running at 1.5 GHz. Chipset that allows you to incorporate the supports to the LTE networks, so widespread in the United States.

The display of the phone is made with Super AMOLED technology, he has 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal memory expandable via microSD card.


Motorola RAZR HD has a battery of 2. 500mAh, rather more capable than the original RAZR, with 1. 780mAh. But far behind the impressive, in this sense, Motorola RAZR MAXX HD, as the model that replaces, is going up to the 3. 300mAh.

Other specifications are equivalent, processor, screen, Android version, etc. Which logically makes is to grow in thick, up to the 9.3 mm, a very good dimension for the autonomy that we can provide.

Motorola offers in United States a special $100 discount for all those users who have a device that can not be updated to Jelly Bean. For which has lost the presentation, Motorola has hung it on video:

The phones are available in black, with the typical rear made of kevlar. As a curiosity, inform you that Motorola is going to offer a version for developers, open to everything you want to do with her in regards to ROMs.