Monday, 17 September 2012

New Motorola DROID RAZR family coming soon- JELLY BEAN UPGRADE

Motorola's Droid Razr M (left), Droid Razr HD (centre) and Droid
After Google has officially bought Motorola the company unveils tree top handsets - new additions to its Razr family: Droid Razr HD and Razr maxx HD and the Droid Razr M . It hard to distinguis between the look these fascinating superphones at the first galance and capable to handle more than daily use efficient but prices may vary as they as you would expect higher hardware inside these monster respectively.

Droid Razr M

The Droid Razr M is a kind of bugdet phone with lasest technology built in, thus, is a great deal for anyone looking to pick up an inexpensive LTE handset. It has a big 4.3-inch display spans edge-to-edge, yet DROID RAZR M still fits perfectly in the palm of your hand, making this one impossibly compact smartphone. Texting, emailing, reading, watching — it’s all much easier to do when you have 40 percent more screen space than the leading competitor*. And on a vibrant, high-resolution Super AMOLED Advanced display, everything looks amazing.

Droid Razr HD & Droid Razr maxx HD

The two phones share the same exact specs, however, The Razr HD has 16GB of internal memory and a 2530mAh battery, while the Razr Maxx HD comes with 32GB of memory and a enormous 3300mAh battery. But everything else is the same so that saves a lot of confusion for end users.
The two superphones running on 1.5GHz dual-core processor (Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 possibly) and preinstalled Chrome browser, along with its LTE capacity. The Razrs comes with a Super AMOLED screen, albeit a higher-resolution one, and the same 8-megapixel rear camera. The camera also records 1080p video, and there's a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats. Not just yet, each phone comes with a microSD card slot with NFC support unlike the new iphone5. And there's even an HDMI port, which is a nice touch. Brill.
Unfortunately, the phones aren't running on Android 4.1, Jelly Bean out of the box but you can upgrade straight away depends on the network operator you with. That is not impressive and a quite disappointing as the Android 4.1 (Jelly Beans) out nearly three months as the Nexus 7 was released back July 2012. However, as Google owns Motorola! the company had promised an update before the end of the year and  you'd get the latest software first - That is kind win-win game for Moto.
We love that Motorola has adopted this and hope keep the hard work to compete his rivals in the current market.

Worth bite? Stay turned there will more indepth review coming soon for Droid Razr HD and Razr MAXX HD to give you the bigger picture including the release date and prices. Please see below the offical announcement by Motrola to give you a galance about Droid Razr smartphones. 


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