Motorola Droid Razr HD Review

Motorola Droid Razr HDWhile many of us may have some reservations about Motorola’s early DROID RAZR models, the new RAZR HD seems to address past issues effectively while offering a much slicker smartphone design. We can easily plenty of similarities between the original DROID RAZR and the newer DROID RAZR HD with their Kevlar back and a large build. But when we see the display, we know that it’s a different phone. Packing a bigger 4.7” 720p display, the screen is stretched to offer a good deal of real estate. In addition, the Super-AMOLED HD technology really pops the second we fire the phone up.

Obviously, speed is another upgrade worth mentioning; the 1,5GHz Snapdragon S4 chip allows us to flip between apps and interface without much difficulty. With 2500mAh battery pumping away under the Kevlar back, the DROID RAZR HD can handle heavy tasks for the whole day. Overall, it’s rather difficult to find faults with this phone at all, as it’s got nearly all the high-end specs, except the fact that it still uses Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

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