Droid Razr

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Droid Razr

With the Droid Razr, Motorola Mobility is merging its high-end Android smartphone brand (Droid) with that of the thin feature-phones (Razr) that proved so popular a few years back.

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Jha

Sanjay Jha, chairman and CEO of Motorola Mobility, took to a New York City stage to unveil the Droid Razr for journalists.

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Dock

Jha emphasized that the Droid Razr will prove equally capable as both a consumer and enterprise device, and integrate with a wide variety of accessories, including the lapdock smartphone keyboard dock.

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Cloud

The Droid Razr will also enable users to port data onto the phone from their personal cloud, including music.

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Business Bid

Features such as remote wipe, encryption and the ability to load Office documents position the Droid Razr as a smartphone for business users.

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Battery Life

Motorola claims the Droid Razr will offer 12.5 hours of 3G-enabled talk time.

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Materials

Motorola detailed how the Droid Razrs steel core and Kevlar integrated into the design both help with the smartphones sturdiness despite its thinness and light weight.

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Thinner

The Droid Razr is 7.1 mm thick and feels very light in the hand.

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Android 2.3.5

Motorola says the Droid Razr runs Android 2.3.5, the latest version of Googles Gingerbread Android build. The OS features some minor under-the-hood tweaks from version 2.3.4.

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Camera

The Droid Razr boasts a dual-camera configuration, with an 8-megapixel rear aperture paired with a front-facing HD camera. The rear camera can capture 1080p video.

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Display

The Droid Razr offers a 4.3-inch super AMOLED display with qHD resolution.

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Power

Powering the Droid Razr is a dual-core 1.2GHz processor. Onboard memory totals 16GB, with a preinstalled 16GB microSD card.

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MotoActive

Motorola also introduced the MotoActive, a very small and square music player that doubles as a vitals monitor for exercise.

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Keeping Fit

MotoActives 600MHz processor will help keep track of everything from calories burned to heart rate (thanks to an ear-based heart rate monitor). It is sweat-proof and rain-resistant.

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