- 4G LTE-enabled smartphone with Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Display Protected With Corning Gorilla Glass, and dual-core 1.2 GHz processor
- Wireless-N Wi-Fi networking (with optional Wi-Fi Mobile Hotspot service)
- 8-MP camera; full HD 1080p camcorder; front-facing video chat camera; Bluetooth stereo music; 16GB memory; corporate and personal e-mail
- released in May, 2012
- What's in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, wall/USB charger, Product Safety & Warranty Guide, Quick Reference Guide
Released for Verizon, the Motorola Droid Razr is the thinnest 4G LTE smartphone around. The device, which measures just 7.1-millimeters thin, is made of Kevlar fiber for strength and Corning Gorilla Glass for scratch resistance. The Droid Razr also comes with a dual-core 1.2-gigahertz chip and 4G LTE access to rip through the Web with speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G. There's even a large 4.3-inch qHD display that dishes out beautiful images and smooth action for movies and TV shows. Faster, thinner, stronger, the 4G-enabled, Android-powered DROID RAZR by MOTOROLA for Verizon Wireless packs strength and smarts into a stylish package. Reinforced with Corning Gorilla Glass and encased in laser-cut DuPont™ KEVLAR® fiber, the DROID RAZR is compressed into a deceptively thin profile to create the thinnest 4G LTE smartphone.
DROID strong. RAZR sharp.
Thinnest 4G LTE smartphone
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I order from Amazon Wireless,whcih hands down has the best price on phones.
I had to return the fist phone I got from them,I thought something was wrong with the phone,turns out it was my SIM card that Verizon gave me that had the issues.
Amazon had excellent service and was great with assisting me in exchanging the phone.
GREAT SOUND/MUSIC PLAYER
BATTERY LIFE IS PRETTY GOOD
SLEEK LOOKING PHONE
TAKES GOOD VIDEOS
I haven't had any issues,I love everything about the RAZR.
I came from the Iphone 4s and the DROID RAZR is hands down better.(I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEW DROID RAZR HD THAT IS BEING RELEASED IN THE FALL.)
I know some people have complained about the phone getting hot I personally only had that happen once when I upgraded the android version.
ALSO IF YOU BUY FROM AMAZON WIRELESS PLEASE NOTE THE DROID RAZR SAYS IT IS RUNNING THE ANDROID 4.0.4, IT IS NOT IT IS STILL RUNNING 2.3.6.
YOU WILL NEED TO DO A SYSTEM UPDATE. WHICH IS NOT HARD TO DO.
There is a website dedicated to this problem: motorazrcracked.com. I found that site as well as threads on the Verizon website and Motorola websites with HUNDREDS of posts from Motorola Droid RAZR owners who have had similar experiences. I was forced to do this research after contacting Verizon and being told by their customer service rep that according to the "technician" that she spoke to, that this is NOT a known issue with this phone. She then told me that she had texted the number for Motorola and that I should call them. I made the point with her that I am Verizon's customer and Verizon is Motorola's customer. The best way to handle this from a customer service perspective would be to replace my defective phone and then Verizon take the issue to Motorola. My plea fell upon deaf ears.
I then called Motorola, as suggested. I spoke to someone with such a thick accent, I could barely understand her. No matter how much information I gave her about the issue that I have found on the internet, she kept giving me the same scripted answer: Send the phone to them, they would have it for approximately two weeks, if the issue was determined to be "physical damage" and not a production issue, it would cost me $150 to have the phone repaired. By the way, my research has uncovered that Motorola policy is such that if a phone is returned with a cracked screen, it is automatically deemed to be "physical damage" and the customer is assessed the $150 fee. Lose/lose situation.
After calling Verizon back and explaining what had happened to my phone to a customer service supervisor as well as giving her the addresses for all of the web pages I found regarding this issue, she admitted that this IS a known issue and agreed to replace my phone. When I got the replacement, it is a factory certified "LIKE NEW" phone (refurbished). In the meantime, if Verizon determines that the phone I have returned to them was damaged by me, I could be charged $299 for the replacement.