However, I could not get much time to enjoy the phone, since the use of LTE quickly exhausted the battery. And while the phone is running the latest version of Google Inc. 's Android software is available for smartphones, buyers may be tempted to wait. Verizon will soon offer the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which will come with an even newer version of Android called ice cream sandwich. The Motorola Razr Droid is expected to get updated, too, but not until next year. Do not get me wrong, though: Motorola Razr is a phone Droid hot.
His back is covered in gray diagonal lines and black, Kevlar fiber composite, which is intended to increase the strength of the phone. Another advantage, though not visible: The phone has a coating that repels water, both inside and outside that is meant to protect it from damage caused by the spill from time to time. Motorola Razr Droid has a 4.3 inch screen, which is too large to fit comfortably in your hand too, but big enough for watching videos and web site protection. It is not the highest resolution screen you'll find a smart phone, but the colors were bright and the images were clear.
The phone has a battery that promises 12.5 hours of talk time. To maintain the slim phone, the battery is built and can not be easily replaced. And, as expected, will not last long if you're on the Verizon network data faster: Using a combination of Verizon LTE network and slow 3G Web browsing, streaming an episode of "The Office" applications, download and download music from Pandora, who was only 15 battery percent left after two hours.
The screen display also functions as an 8-megapixel camera on the Razr. The camera takes pictures rather quickly. I was able to capture sharp images in bright light and low. The phone is fast in general, because of its dual-core processor and 1 GB of memory. I had no problem streaming music while bounced IM'ing with friends, checking up on gossip sites and using Google Maps to find a good restaurant near my office.
Beyond the strengths and weaknesses of your hardware and software, however, could not forget the label on the Razr for Dollar 300. This is higher than most Android smartphones offered by leading mobile operators. Even the cheapest iPhone 4S can be had for Dollar 200. It is certain that some potential buyers are resisting. Motorola Razr Droid is so impressively thin and elegant as its namesake. But the shortcomings as well as its short battery life when using LTE will probably make it difficult for the smartphone to be as popular as its predecessor.