An extremely powered smartphone with HD display
Motorola Droid RAZR exhibits superb configuration that justify its pricing. The superb blend of features that the smartphone has been complemented with, makes it capable of giving a tough competition to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and Apple iPhone 5 which too have almost the similar price range.
When the original RAZR hit the market last summer, followed shortly after by the RAZR MAXX, a lot of people were eagerly awaiting a true flagship line from Motorola. And the devices were met with success, thanks to Verizon’s aggressive marketing and the MAXX's considerable battery advantage. Shortly after its release, though, the RAZR was outspec'd and overshadowed, relegating it to mid-tier status behind the likes of HTC’s On...
Pros: The RAZR HD and MAXX HD both offer stunning displays, eye-catching design, and top-notch performance. The UI is as close to pure Android as you'll get outside of a Nexus, and Jelly Bean is said to be right around the corner. The RAZR HD's battery
Cons: On paper the RAZR HD and MAXX HD are similar in size to competing phones, but in the hand they feel much more dense and thick. Motorola's optics are dated and stale, and the results are subpar photos and video.
Verdict: Motorola took its time bringing the RAZR line up to the current standards set by Samsung and HTC, but the results are well worth the wait. Along with Droid RAZR M, the RAZR HD and MAXX HD are the flagship devices Motorola should have always had-...