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Motorola Droid RAZR will be officially revealed tomorrow

We all love smartphones around here, and Motorola is nearly ready to spill all the beans on its upcoming Droid RAZR at a press event tomorrow. Unfortunately for Motorola, a shot showing the full device was leaked to the web today and a few folks with an itchy trigger finger were able to capture the image reports Droid Life.

Motorola Droid RAZR [Source: Droid Life]

Not much is known about Motorola's latest and greatest Android smartphone, but we do know that it will be sportin' LTE and at least an 8MP rear camera with 1080p video recording. Let's hope that Motorola has also managed to squeeze in a 1280x720 resolution display that's also rumored for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

Source: Droid Life



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RE: Looks just like Bionic
By cjohnson2136 on 10/17/2011 5:16:23 PM , Rating: 4
I feel like almost all smart phones look the same now a days. They are all simple a large touch screen surface with camera on back or front and back and a bottom row of buttons


RE: Looks just like Bionic
By kleinma on 10/17/2011 5:26:11 PM , Rating: 5
which means Apple is getting ready to sue!


RE: Looks just like Bionic
By Lord 666 on 10/17/11, Rating: 0
RE: Looks just like Bionic
By mcnabney on 10/18/2011 10:13:48 AM , Rating: 2
And all sedans have four wheels, four doors, sloped hood, and a hatch trunk. My wife couldn't tell the difference between a Camry, Altima, Fusion, 6, Accord, Sonata, or Malibu.

The reason they all look the same is because almost every control is in software - not buttons on the outside. Once the migration to software was complete there was no reason to do anything to the outside. Remember, these things go into pockets and purses. Sleeker is better.


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