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Motorola DROID RAZR M Jelly Bean update on the way

Motorola DROID RAZR M Jelly Bean update on the way

It appears that Motorola wasn't kidding around when it said that it would take Jelly Bean updates seriously, as the company announced the update to Android 4.1 for the DROID RAZR M today. Motorola announced the update on its Twitter account, saying that it's being rolled out in phases, and support documentation has popped up on Verizon's website. This means that it won't be much longer before DROID RAZR M users have Jelly Bean on their sharp looking handsets.

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Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD hands-on vs RAZR HD

Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD hands-on vs RAZR HD

Verizon has been granted a couple more smartphones from the likes of Motorola and Google here with the massive battery-toting DROID RAZR MAXX HD right alongside its near-identical brother the RAZR HD (without so much MAXX). The difference between these two devices is just about as slight as it could possibly get - the MAXX has twice the internal storage (32GB instead of 16) and a giant 3,300mAh battery instead of the 2,530mAh unit the standard HD has. The weight and thickness are absolutely negligible - even when you've got them both in your hands it's difficult to guess which is which, believe it or not.

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Motorola DROID RAZR HD Review

Motorola DROID RAZR HD Review

With Verizon's next in an ever-expanding line of RAZR devices here with the Motorola DROID RAZR HD we're getting essentially the same experience as we did with the RAZR M, except this time it's quite a bit larger. With a 4.7 inch Super AMOLED display on top of a dual-core processor from Qualcomm, it's not just the screen we're impressed with. This device brings on one of the most refined Motorola experiences we've seen thus far, matching at least the impression we've had with the M, and out-doing it for the large-display-lovers.

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Motorola RAZR HD Canada launch tips Verizon release

Motorola RAZR HD Canada launch tips Verizon release

After numerous rumors and leaks throughout August, Motorola finally announced and unveiled its new DROID RAZR lineup last month, which included the new DROID RAZR HD. However, they were a little shy on some details -- mainly availability and pricing. However, Canadian wireless carrier Rogers just announced the device for use on their network, which means we may see the device jump over the border shortly.

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Motorola RAZR i Hands-on

Motorola RAZR i Hands-on

Motorola has a lot to prove now its under the Google umbrella, and the RAZR i has taken an atypical path with its choice of an Intel Atom 2GHz processor. Announced this morning in London, the 4.3-inch RAZR i is one of those rare devices where the in-hand feel belies the screen size on offer: Motorola's "edge to edge" design language may smack of hyperbole, but it does add up to a surprisingly compact handset despite the 720p qHD HD panel.

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Motorola RAZR i official: 2GHz Intel Android smartphone

Motorola RAZR i official: 2GHz Intel Android smartphone

Motorola has launched its first Intel-based Android smartphone, the Motorola RAZR i, a 4.3-inch handset running a 2GHz Intel chip. RAZR i uses a qHD Super AMOLED "edge to edge" display that, Motorola claims, delivers a 40-percent larger panel than an iPhone 4S, or a 15-percent larger display than an iPhone 5, size for size. On the outside, there's Kevlar for tough, lightweight protection.

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DROID RAZR M Review

DROID RAZR M Review

The DROID RAZR M was revealed at the event where Googler and relatively new CEO of Motorola Dennis Woodside spoke about the "new plan" for the company - a plan that's starting right here. We got a brief DROID RAZR M hands-on experience at the event and found that it was a surprisingly powerful-feeling device for its status under the DROID RAZR HD devices sitting nearby. With its near-edge-to-edge 4.3-inch display, it's tried-and-true fabulously powerful dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor under the hood, and a collection of protective elements throughout this device's chassis that make it, again, an ideal phone for today's mobile landscape - just as the original DROID RAZR should have been (and still is, for many happy users, to be fair).

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