Anonymous, 08 Nov 2011Had moto show off the Razr at my work about a week ago - it seems like a good phone - the scre... moreBetter screen than the GS2? You're kidding right? I missed that roadshow cos I was ill, but seriously, I can't see Moto getting anywhere near the GS2 in terms of screen, as it's got one of the best ones on the market!!
anyway, there has been no true innovation in the smartphone market for a while now. 3D technology hasn't really taken off yet, and HTC just announced the Edge with Quad-Core power, but still nothing to get excited about imo
Had moto show off the Razr at my work about a week ago - it seems like a good phone - the screen is a bit sharper then the GS2 (not happy about that) but the touchscreen had a little lag too and the video wasn't up to my expectations (quite dull), not saying its not a good phone just would have expected a bit more from it. It is very thin and feels like its going to just fall out of your hands because of how thin. It does pretty much what all other high end droid phones do just with a bit of a sharper screen but when the Galaxy Nexus comes out that will have a better screen as Razr is qHD where as nexus is full HD. Again its a good phone just expected more from it, nothing new to the market apart from it being thin.
I hope Motorola also launches the RAZR's QWERTY cousin outside the USA: the market needs more high-end QWERTY droids, and that one is a stunner.
Droid RAZR is a waste of hardware. Leave it to Motorola to offer lackluster devices.
Certainly, it is going to change the game again. The next phase of mobile phones technology restructuring. Kudos