- Display: 4.3-inches
- Camera: 8-MP
- Processor Speed: 1.5 GHz
- OS: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean)
The Motorola Droid RAZR M XT907 is an Android smartphone featuring super fast 4G LTE data speeds, 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 8GB internal memory, and a gorgeous 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display. This device also features an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, microSD memory card slot for additional storage, NFC technology, Wi-Fi, and WCDMA with GSM modes supporting international use. The DROID RAZR M offers access to thousands of apps, games, movies, books, and music on the Google Play Store.
DROID RAZR M fits all that Droid Does into a new compact full-screen phone. So you can fit more Does into whatever you do. Thrill to movies on an edge-to-edge 4.3-inch display, share a 4G LTE connection with its mobile hotspot, and own the Web with pre-installed Google Chrome for Android.
Edge-to-edge 4.3-inch touchscreen display (view larger).
KEVLAR-protected back plus water–repellent nanocoating (view larger). Moto
CONS: Average battery life (though not bad), off button location
I just upgraded to this from my Droid X (which is not a bad phone, either). First of all, when I saw that this phone was $50 to $150 less than many other new smartphones on the market I thought there was a significant trade-off. Well, after about 24 hours of VERY heavy usage and research I have yet to find one other than the lack of HDMI output--which I don't use. The design is very nice and the quality of the screen is beautiful. It took a little while getting used to the new OS features and settings, but only because I was coming off an older phone with Android v. 3. I love the ability to multi-task on this, by selecting from multiple screens, and that Chrome is installed as the default browser. Also, if you have an old X or Razr, your cords will work with this phone. Some of you may have known that, I was very happy to learn it. The camera is MUCH easier to use than the one on the X. There isn't as much of a lag when snapping photos, and the quality is pretty good for a smartphone. C'mon! If you want poster quality, get a digital camera! I have bluetooth in my car and the set-up on this phone was a breeze. No complaints on call quality either.
The only bad things I can say are about the battery (only slightly better than most smartphones, definitely not a deal-killer) and the location of the on/off button above the volume control. Also, there is no 'home' key for taking you back to the main home screen like X had (only a minor personal annoyance). The pre-installed ringtones are pretty terrible, but this is a non-issue as there are plenty of free alternatives on the Android market.
Bottom line: A great phone for anyone looking to upgrade, or just starting out in the smartphone sphere.
Cons: The battery life is not as good as the Maxx, but destroys the standard Razr.
Pros: All the great things the Razr Maxx can do, but in a smaller package while maintaining the same screen size.
Bottom line: Biggest bang for the buck on the market!
There strength is reception and all calls are crystal clear. Haven't had a drop call yet.
I didn't want a behemoth phone to carry around. This phone is just the right size. Fits in your palm, fits in your pocket ,and the price fits my budget. I'm sure some will have it free by Black Friday. The battery life is great, streamed pandora for 3 hours and I'm still at 73%. But that is really dependent on your proximity to towers, but it's much better than my previous Droid Pro. it would be dead now, and it was only a 3g phone. This phone includes a full version of Chrome, and it syncs bookmarks between it and your home and work computers. I love it. Download a flashlight app and you will be able to light up your front yard. This puppy is bright. The picture quality is amazing. The customization is great. It has what they call "smartactions", I call them triggers. I programmed it to start Pandora, when it connects to my car over Bluetooth. There are many triggers you can program. Button placement is good, it feels good in the hand, and love the fact it is splash proof. Oh, and the navigation is awsome, sounds like a real person with this version.
Another great new feature is talk and surf at the same time, something you couldn't do with older phones unless you were on AT&T. Now I can look up stuff on the internet will I'm talking to someone.