Review: Motorola Razr Android Smartphone
Upfront, the Motorola Razr has a 4.3-inch qHD display encased in an elegant Aluminum unibody. Its 7.1-mm thickness is quite something to boast about. Besides being thin, the handset is easy to handle and doesn’t feel fragile. Under the hood, it packs in a 1780mAh battery, a 1.2-GHz dual-core processor and Android Gingerbread. Add to that, it has an 8-megapixel snapper at the back and a 1.3-megapixel one at the front for video chatting. While all of that sounds more than exciting, here the eternal question – is it really worth your moolah? Or even a more pertinent one – how does stack up against available smartphone superheroes such as S2 and Lumia 800? Well, lets see.
In terms of form factor, though the Razr has inherited its looks from the MotoRazr, Motorola has also improvised a bit when it comes to design. The handset is quite thin. We mean razor-thin. But, it hardly feels so when kept in hand because of its humongous screen size and also because it fattens up at the top to accommodate the camera at the back.
What put us off a bit were the volume rocker and the screen off/on button at the side. Finding the MicroSIM tray and MicroSD situated on the right side was easy, opening it was not.