joansie, 06 Jan 2012Once upon a time I loved Motorola but I'm still using the first Droid waiting for Motorola to ... moreThe new Droid Razr may not quite be the GS2 or Note, but seems to be a very awesome and have a couple features that they dont have and is extremely slender. Also a nice Super Amoled screen.
Once upon a time I loved Motorola but I'm still using the first Droid waiting for Motorola to match or equal the Note phone by Samsung. Motor stop with the midpriced phones and make your grandioso high priced but earth skaking phone one more time. Your fans are waiting...hurry
hello, moto has a 50 years of experience of telecom ,solid r&d.but bad luck hello moto ,i have given 10 years of mylife to moto, i am proud of u,
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2012To make it perfect needs 1) Stylus input also 2) Dual SIM 3) Dual MemoryDual SIM and I am buying it
Qwerty holographic and transparent displays is OK.
Use the optical fiber for bus data display and residual IRDA.
AnonD-29967, 02 Jan 2012Looks awesome.. I don't prefer a physical keyboard though...... look this Meizu MX an iPhon... moreit does not look like a damn iphone. just because something is touch screen does not mean it looks like iphone....just because something exists does not make it an apple copy!!! they invented nothing!
HHmm...slow news day gsmarena, or should I say slow news month for 2012 already? Seeing as it is 2012, I would hope to see more research into senseg tech and holographic and transparent displays, for ALL OS platforms. I like this Motorola, but c'mon, 2011 news already. And no, I do not have any preference of any OS.
Nice keyboard only but the specifications and functions of this mobile phone are not that great as some of you think.
If it comes in LTE and on Rogers Wireless Im gonna jump the blackberry ship...def!!!!
Looks awesome.. I don't prefer a physical keyboard though......
look this Meizu MX an iPhone clone with high-end specs....http://techprezz.com/2012/01/meizu-mx-android-smartphone-on-sale-in-china-well-launching/
@phillippe all MOTO devices are android powered. They made a hard shift to android which lead to Google buying MOTO out.
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2012I've only seen reports of 4" display, which I like alot! One neg is you cannot replace batteryYou CAN replace the battery. Just look at the pictures.
I would take this phone only if it offers replaceable battery...
Not that external battery won't do the job. To me, Moto phones are so good that I like to keep them all. I am still using Milestone 1 & 2 despite having Milestone 3. With replaceable battery, when the battery is dead after thousands of re-charge, all I need to do is buy a new battery and the phone keeps on running!
Some said I can send the phone to the factory and replace the battery. Only doing so the factory would reset everything on my phone, including some apps / games I can no longer download.