Razr in the Box
Razr in the Box
The Razr's Box boasts Motorola's most creative packaging yet.
Fresh From the Box
The Droid Razr, unboxed. The phone is 5.1 inches long, 2.7 inches wide and only 0.28 inches thick, besting the S II. It also weighs a nice, light 4.5 ounces.
You need some perspective to imagine 0.28 inches. Here it is: the Razr next to this pen. That's a thin phone.
The 8-megapixel rear-facing camera offers 1080p video capture.
The Razr runs on Verizon's 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) network, providing more application processing punch.
Try the Motoblur contacts widget. Pull it down.
Just swipe down on the contacts tiles to expand them like so.
The Google+ App for Android looks crisp on the Razr.
Easier to Follow Google+ Contacts
Following Google+ users used to be a chore on the mobile app, but version 2.1 has made it a snap.
The keyboard on this phone is different, offering a dark black background against which rest bright, white soft keys.
Netflix is preinstalled on the Razr, affording users an easy on-ramp to their content.
Sharp Content Display
TV and movie content looks great on the Razr's Super AMOLED Advanced display with qHD (Quarter High Definition) 960x540 resolution.
Fast Movie Downloads
One of the reasons Netflix played so well is the network, which according to Ookla Speedtest offered 16M bps download speeds and 6.5M bps upload speeds.
Pictures and videos also look great. The shutter whirred from shot to shot with almost no latency.
The Motorola Smart Actions app automatically turns down the Razr's ringer when they step into work, changes the settings to save batter life or sends a text to someone if you miss their call.