Motorola revives Razr brand to take on iPhone 4S [Telecom]

On c|net late Monday (18-OCT-2011) afternoon:

Motorola's ultrathin Droid Razr may be just the device to take on Apple's latest iPhone 4S. Motorola today took the wraps off the new Droid Razr, the thinnest smartphone ever made, in a move that revives what some would call an iconic brand, the Razr. Motorola's Razr, introduced in 2004, was the hottest-selling cell phone for years. It's super-thin design was the envy of industry and helped push Motorola to a top spot in the world cell phone market.

The company is hoping to strike gold once again with the brand and with the innovative thin design.

"Our mission was to create a true object of desire, incredibly thin, that delivers features without compromise," Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha said during the presentation here introducing the new Droid Razr.

Indeed, not only has Motorola built a thin and light smartphone with a width of only 7.1 millimeters and a weight of 4.48 ounces, but the company has also managed to pack in fast 4G LTE network technology and a larger high resolution screen.


And of course this light and thin phone also supports Verizon's 4G LTE technology, something that Apple's CEO Tim Cook said would have "forced too many design compromises" to be included in the Apple iPhone just yet.


Full article and 15 pictures of the Droid RAZR here:

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Thad Floryan
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