Motorola RAZR Phone Review

By Muhammad Faisal 0 comments

If you'd pulled out a phone like this in 2004 you'd be burned for being a time-travelling witch. While Moto's RAZR reboot might share a vowel-challenged name with the mid-naughties clamshell classic, this Android-powered reboot comes with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and a 4.3inch Super AMOLED screen, which makes the original look like a couple of cream crackers with an aerial attached.

But it's the wrong shape. True-but nobody wants to see a clamshell comeback. If you have a hankering for obsolete form factors you could try to fold the RAZR in half yourself. But with the bulletproof Kevlar on the back and a hard-as-diamond-coated-nails Gorilla Glass screen you won't have much luck - even if its 7.1mm-thin chassis does look so slight that a cough might be enough to crack it.

All form and no function, then. Not at all. The RAZR picks up where the flawed-but-brilliant Atrix left off, meaning it'll play nicely with Moto's webtop-enabled accessories, including the new full size QWERTY-packing Lapdock 5000 Pro, which turns the phone into a fully functioning 14inch laptop. Plus, with an 8MP camera that can also shoot 1080p HD video, the only thing this RAZR has in common with the original is its name.

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