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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: Another one?
By ScotterQX6700 on 10/18/2011 12:34:04 AM , Rating: 2
I made this feature comparison chart of all mid- to high-end Android phones current and coming soon:
http://oceanmedia.net/phones.asp
(for 4 major USA carriers)


RE: Another one?
By Dark Legion on 10/18/2011 2:10:47 AM , Rating: 2
2 things, first being that the first Nexus S you listed has NFC but wasn't written (it was for the others), and out of interest, where did you find the info on the DI HD?


RE: Another one?
By mcnabney on 10/18/2011 10:36:33 AM , Rating: 2
Several points:

Verizon and AT&T are essentially priced the same. Not sure why Verizon got branded as price leader when they share that crown.

Also, blame Qualcom for the fact that CDMA-based devices can't use EVDO and voice at the same time. While you remark it for Verizon, it applies to Sprint as well. This only impacts 3G technology though.

The annoying Bing integration was only on the Samsung Fascinate, so blame Samsung for taking Microsoft bribes.

Also, I think you are confused about Verizon and FTP. Verizon has restricted their DSL/FiOS users from using FTP to update their personal web pages. Instead, they only allow their web-based uploading utility. They claim that it is for security purposes. Regardless, it has NOTHING to do with wireless. So get your FUD straight.


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