Motorola Droid RAZR Review

Motorola Droid RAZRTo say that Droid RAZR is thin won’t do it justice as the 7.1” thick smartphone is amazingly svelte. Although the phone bulge somewhat around its 8Mp camera, that doesn’t enough make the phone feels cumbersome. The phone ships with a free 16GB microSD card to complement the rather limited 8GB of onboard storage. With a stunning mix of Corning Gorilla Glass and Kevlar, the Motorola Droid RAZR gives us a sufficient premium feeling.

Towards the top resides a decent 1.3Mp front-facing camera for video calls, while the 4.3” qHD display uses Super-AMOLED Advance panel, with its vivid color reproductions.  The 1.2GHz TI OMAP 4430 dual-core processor may not be the most cutting-edge we have in the market today, but enough to satisfy most of our needs.  Benchmarks show that the phone lags a bit behind the Samsung Galaxy S2, but convincingly ahead of the Amaze 4G.

With the Droid RAZR, Motorola manages to reassert the prestige of the RAZR brand. The phone looks stunning with its thin design and solid premium material.