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[Full Droid RAZR Review] Making it one of the thinnest smartphones yet at just 7.1-millimeters thick, the Motorola Droid RAZR is expected to hit Verizon early November. It come running Google Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread and will update to Android 4.0 ICS early next year. The Droid RAZR smartphone is packing a 1.2GHz dual core Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 processor couple with 1GB of RAM and 14.9GB of ROM. On front is a large 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a 540x960 resolution. It also features two cameras, one front facing one-megapixel camera and a rear facing eight-megapixel camera with LED flash. Read on for the latest Droid RAZR news, reviews and videos:

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    The road to unlocked bootloaders for Motorola wasn't as smooth as the road HTC decided to go down on, for example. Motorola promised to unlock bootloaders until late 2011 and OPMOSH seems to be kind enough to remind the company of its own promises. Motorola announced the availability of an unlockable version of the Motorola RAZR. The post which went live on the Motorola blog quickly disappeared but Droid-life managed to get a screen grab seen above. The unlock will be possible, according to the wording, through MOTODEV, a place where an unlockable developer device for the United States ...

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    We already know that the Motorola-made Verizon Droid RAZR and its slightly fatter twin brother, the RAZR Maxx, share the exact same internals, with the exception of the larger battery which only adds below two-millimeters of bulk to the phone. It is just normal that the two identical phones (if we disregard the battery) run the exact same software bits. According to recent reports, the version numbers are exactly the same. What does this mean for the user? Verizon and Motorola can push out software updates at the same time for the two device. Oh, and those custom ROMs and hack developed by ...

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    The Motorola RAZR, the European GSM cousin of the Motorola Droid RAZR, has recently met its leaked Ice Cream Sandwich ROM, shedding some light on what we might expect from Motorola in terms of updating to the latest Android operating system. You can only take a look at the ROM and flash it if you have a GSM Motorola RAZR (sorry Droid RAZR users on Verizon) and, of course, if you are brave enough. You'll find all the details, feedback and instructions over at the source link. From the screenshots provided we can clearly see the four-option lock screen as well as the icons Motorola included ...

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    1,520mAh, that's the difference between the Motorola Droid RAZR's 1780mAh battery and the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx's 3,300mAh battery. And while you'd think the RAZR Maxx is disgustingly thicker, it adds just about two millimeters to the Droid RAZR, measuring just a tad below nine. Launched on January 9, the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx was rumored for an online availability of January 26. Make no mistake, the phone is, as of today, available at the carrier's website, going for $299.99 on a two-year contract (or $649.99 full retail). If you held back on the Droid RAZR there's absolutely no ...

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    We love a good smartphone rumor as much as the next guy, but there's nothing quite so satisfying as finally seeing a bit of news officially confirmed. We've been curious about the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx since we first uncovered evidence of it back at the start of December. It seemed a little hard to believe at the time, that Motorola was refreshing RAZR hardware so soon after the phone's debut, but later Verizon leaks seemed to confirm plans for the phone. At CES, Motorola formally announced the phone and revealed its price, but was less specific about when the handset would arrive. ...

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    Those who are using the Motorola Droid RAZR on Verizon and have chosen to be part of Motorola's Feedback Network are reportedly getting invitations to be part of a new "project". There are no details to go with the invitation just yet. Enthusiasts and optimists were immediately thinking Ice Cream Sandwich but we think it's safe to assume that the latest Android code is a little bit further down the road. Instead, the Motorola Droid RAZR had its Android 2.3.6 update leaked a couple of weeks ago as build 6.12.173 and it brings a couple of polishes (especially to the now improved LTE radio). ...

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    Verizon made available last week the Motorola Droid RAZR 16GB -- meaning the phone with just the 16GB of internal storage, sans the additional 16GB microSD card -- and today, the white and purple versions are also up on the carrier's website. If you want the 16GB variant, you have the option of choosing between black, white and purple, all going for $199.99 on a two-year contract or $599.99 full retail. By comparison, the Motorola Droid RAZR 32GB (16GB internal storage plus 16GB microSD card) is available in white and black for $299.99 with a two-year agreement and $649.99 for the phone ...

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    Here in the U.S., sales of the white Motorola Droid RAZR have started on December 15 with Verizon asking $300 and a two-year contract for the phone. In the U.K., the white variant of the international Motorola RAZR just went up for pre-order. The phone is expected to arrive around mid-late February, with no exact date yet, and it will go for £359 excl. VAT (around $560) unlocked and SIM-free. If you pre-order from Clove, they will throw in a set of Motorola MOTOROKR EQ3 speakers worth £20 (around $31) for free. The white RAZR, just like the standard version, sports a 1.2GHz dual-core ...

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    Motorola announced the Droid RAZR MAXX at this year's CES, a Droid RAZR with its battery on steroids. Instead of going with the 1780mAh battery on the Droid RAZR, the Droid RAZR MAXX sports one of 3300mAh, which will cost around two millimeters in thickness, but still keeping it under 9 millimeters. The manufacturer let slip of a certain January 26 date on its own website but quickly recovered by editing out the day and replacing the text with "available soon". Verizon however seems to have the same information: January 26, 2012, is the date "the Droid RAZR MAXX will launch to all ...

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    'What 16GB?', you'll ask. Verizon and Motorola introduced the Droid RAZR back in October with a total storage option of 32GB, comprised of the internal 16GB of the phone plus an additional 16GB via microSD card. The "new" offering, the Motorola Droid RAZR 16GB is basically you're typical phone offered by Verizon sans the microSD card, hence 16GB. If the "hybrid 32GB option" was and still is available fo $299, the "16GB" variant is on sale online going for $199, with a two-year contract. The month-to-month also dropped from $649.99 to $599.99 so if you don't care purchasing the extra memory ...

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    Motorola's Droid RAZR Maxx sounds like a refreshing change of pace in a world of ever-thinner phones with more and more demanding hardware. Rather than get bogged-down in those races, the RAZR Maxx is comfortable letting its belt loose, packing on a little weight, but doing so in order to make its user experience better than ever. Depending on just how heavy your usage patterns are, the RAZR Maxx and its 3300mAh battery will likely have enough juice to get you through a solid day of smartphone use, never having to stop for a recharge. In fact, if you had someone to talk to for that long, ...

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    Motorola's presence at the Consumer Electronics Show this week has been dominated by news of the Droid 4, bringing a QWERTY keyboard option to Verizon LTE, and the Droid RAZR Maxx, finally pairing an LTE phone with a battery capable of extended use. Those weren't the only handsets the manufacturer announced, though with their feature sets it's easy to see why they commanded so much attention. Motorola also revealed its plans to release a new variant on the original Droid RAZR, offering the Android in a new purple facade. At the time the company announced the phone it didn't share any ...

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    Back at the beginning of December, we broke news of the name Droid RAZR Maxx for one of Motorola's upcoming smartphones. We didn't have much more than some EXIF data to go on, but did see one unconfirmed report from a Verizon user who claimed to have been told by a retail employee that the RAZR Maxx was basically going to be a slightly-thicker RAZR with the benefit of a higher-capacity battery. Even a minor change to the phone seemed like a surprising development, considering how little time had passed since the Droid RAZR was first introduced. Sure enough, though, Verizon and Motorola ...

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    We did our best to mock-up the white version of the Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR once the phone popped-up on Verizon's system but it looks like we were thinking "too white". The carrier has confirmed the pale version of the phone and it's not "that white" after all. As you can see in the images above and below, the white Motorola Droid RAZR is mostly black, except for the bezel and the frame at its back, around the Kevlar battery cover. That aside, you'll have your basic RAZR with a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED screen, dual-core TI OMAP processor and Gingerbread, setting you back $299.99, just ...

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    The Verizon Motorola Droid RAZR received an update before Christmas which brought a couple of improvements especially in the Camera department. The European Motorola RAZR is up next with its own update which bumps the version numbers to 651.73.30, bringing new features and performance improvements. The update includes a new version of Evernote for all your note taking needs as well as general improvements to camera performance. Also in the package are Google Android release security features, call performance and Bluetooth connectivity, localization as well as WiFi performance and ...

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