TK, 19 Sep 2012Razr HD or Xperia T? Hmmm i like both more especially the batter on Moto. Which one should i go for?razr of course. a look that will never be outdated
TK, 19 Sep 2012Razr HD or Xperia T? Hmmm i like both more especially the batter on Moto. Which one should i go for?Razr HD.
Moto is excellent specially Razr HD..... go for it...Waiting when this beauty arrives
Razr HD or Xperia T? Hmmm i like both more especially the batter on Moto. Which one should i go for?
please is this a global version of motorolla mobile ?? and when it will availablr in a medddile east ??? im eager to buy it
raku, 19 Sep 2012If i bring it from US can it work in India please help?sure .we can use this super phone around the world .
Just heard from MOTO Rep. Should be Avail. in AUS from Telstra Nov. 2012 ... Looks ausome in the flesh and feels really expensive/proper value unlike the cheap plastic feel of GSIII. New UI by MotoGoogle is a REAL win ... Yay, no more Moto Blur!
AnonD-1846, 10 Sep 2012I'm in love with the Razr M more than the Razr HD but which that the Razr M have a 4.5 inch HD... moreSo great.
I am pretty much decided to have the razr hd, but this thing is really impressive and i have now second guesses
There is an increasing trend of removing a radio device from smartphones, the trend I don't really understand.
Radio on phone is not used as a stationary device, but comes really handy while being mobile (e.g. traveling a lot on foot, sporting). For example, I spend about ~200 hours per month cycling, and while doing that, I use my phone to track with GPS, listen to mp3 OR radio. Not having a radio module is a big drawback for me and it sadens me deeply to see no future Motorola device will have a radio device :(
Actually the radio thing isn't really important for the fact that you can download many radio apps from google play, let's say tune in lite that gives you access to thousands of radio stations around the world or for 0.99 $ you can get the tune in pro that allows you to record from radio stations and use one as an alarm clock which is very cool to have, this phone is mighty with every single detail in it, so far there hasn't been any app that requires a 2gb of ram, not to mention a quad core processor, in the years to come when you will be able to play real time world of warcraft or call of duty mw3 on your phone that's when you will need a quad core processor and many gigs of ram, android is being upgraded updated a version at a time, if android os was at its perfection in terms of snappy and user interface, a single core and 512 mb of ram would be perfectly smooth and snappy, that's what have been proven in the wp os and ios, i'm an adroid user and will always be, but they have to work harder on their os, because i don't really have to get a phone that has a quad core 2 gigs of ram just to enjoy smooth interface and zero lagging
I'm in love with the Razr M more than the Razr HD but which that the Razr M have a 4.5 inch HD screen.
Still the Razr M is a nice deal for me because.
1. The 4.3 inch compact still good for me. So pocketable, same size than some high end phones like the GS2 and Razr or Maxx, which are still nice phones in the market.
2. The Razr M screen is qHD not HD but it's more colorful the the GS3 with HD screen because of Motorola's Colorboost display technology and AMOLED.
3. The Razr M come with a battery of 2000 mAh almost like the GS3 which have 2100 mAh but the Razr M have little more battery juice than the GS3 because of Motorola Smart Action and a smaller screen 4.3 inch compare to the GS3 4.8 inch.
4. Moto build quality with Water resistant the Razr M beat any high end phone for any company on the build quality.
5. Razr M performance and speed are very good. The benchmark shows the Razr M being almost fast than the GS3 on Quadrant. But clearly on other benchmarks options.
The RAZR M scored a solid 4,495, far above the
2,768 smartphone category average and the
2,495 provided by the LG Lucid. However, the
Samsung Galaxy S III scored a higher 4,731.
The RAZR M provided a strong score of 7,335
on the graphics-centric An3DBench test, better
than 7,119 category average and the Galaxy S
III (6,994), but about on par with the LG Lucid
So, why would I choose the Razr M over the GS3? It's simple the Razr M is very cheap compare to the GS3. With $99 for the Razr M I have a phone that can beat the best phone in the market and cost you like $299 for the GS3 but the Razr M with a compact size, nice design, high speed, on of the best screen display with Colorboost qHD, Amolded, best build quality water resistant, impressive lasting battery life.
The Razr M is a mid range phone which performing like actual high end phone like the GS3, HTC ONE X with some better options but really much cheaper than them.
Thanks Motorola Google.
Here is the full review of the Razr M.