When the original Motorola RAZR came out in 2004 it turned the mobile world upside down with its slim profile and impressive design. Motorola sold more than 50 million units of the device, which makes it the all time best-selling clamshell. However, Motorola didn't quite manage to continue riding the enormous wave of success which the RAZR set and inevitably lost momentum.
Now though, the RAZR name is back. This time around the Motorola RAZR doesn't come in the clamshell form factor, but it sure has all the charisma and power to become as huge a success as its predecessor.
Just look at that specs sheet:
As you can plainly see the Motorola RAZR isn't anything short of an Android smartphone powerhouse. There's just so much to like about it and we can't really see any deal-breakers.
Starting with the glorious 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED Advanced display, going through its super slim waistline and ending with the extraordinary materials used for its body - the RAZR is definitely a head-turner. And it has the performance to match those looks, too.
Okay, with that out of the way, let's go straight to the Motorola RAZR hardware inspection.