The just unveiled Motorola DROID RAZR gets preloaded with the MotoCast app that lets you easily stream and sync content in your own little personal cloud. Unlike the iCloud, which stores your data and files on remote servers, the MotoCast simply streams and syncs content to your DROID RAZR wirelessly from what's stored on your own computer.
Motorola just officially unveiled the DROID RAZR and not only does the phone pack powerful internals, but it also comes with a whole host of optional external accessories that further extends its capabilities. One of these accessories is the LapDock along with Motorola's webtop app that turns your DROID RAZR into a laptop when it's docked, similar to what we've seen with Motorola's Atrix and the Atrix 2.
Motorola has officially unveiled the DROID RAZR smartphone at today's press event in NYC. It is indeed faster, stronger, smarter, and thinner. The last one, being true to its RAZR name, measuring in at only 7.1mm thin at its thinnest point.
We're live at the Motorola DROID RAZR event and its just about to kick off. This is a reminder for you to keep it here on SlashGear for all the details on this next flagship phone to run on Verizon's 4G LTE network. We've seen teaser videos and a press image revealing the entire device in its slick chassis, but now we're waiting for the official specs.
Earlier today we were given a few more clues as to what we'll be seeing at the big Motorola news conference tomorrow in New York City - a device by the name of DROID RAZR now seems rather likely, a new crowned king of Verizon LTE devices, soon to be in our hands. But what have we gathered as far as specifications go? How big is the display, what's going on with the camera, and what sort of processor is inside? And most importantly, will the full package equal a device that's going to entice those who also have had the choice of picking up a dual-core smartphone from Motorola since early this year with the original Atrix, the USA's first dual-core smartphone?
We're less than a day away from a Motorola event taking place in New York City that'll be the place where the newest handset from the manufacturer will be revealed. What we know at the moment is limited, but given the brand new teaser site released today, we're getting a pretty clear idea of what it COULD mean to see this next generation "Faster. Thinner. Smarter. Stronger" device. The first clue is a square image that shows off two bits of information - one, that the back or side of the device will be rounded ever so slightly - two, that the back of the device will have a rather nice hump on it - is it on the top or is it on the bottom?
More champagne corks likely popping in Cupertino this week, as Apple's iPhone 3G is again heaped with praise. After the news last Thursday that J.D. Power's smartphone survey had tipped the iPhone 3G as most satisfying handset among business users, now comes word that the other business mainstay, the BlackBerry, is in fact less reliable than Apple's upstart. That said, and with the continuing success of the handset, it comes as little surprise that the iPhone 3G has now overtaken the Motorola RAZR as the device most purchased by adult customers in Q3 2008.
Oh, you’ve never heard of it either? Well that might be why its only for sale on Ebay, and furthermore, why it’s the only one.
The gentleman selling the phone says that it won’t be out for a couple of months, and then says other than a few scratches around the screen and the fact the backlight for the keys don’t work, it’s flawless. The guy also says that it’s really just a Razr2 but in a slider form factor.
Now, the guy is clearly looking for a $500+ sell price as the buy it now price is $600 and he says he will include the data cable if the bidding reaches $500 or more. The gent also says that, at least until it’s released to the public, you’ll be the only one on your block with one of these.
The next addition to the RAZR-like devices is well on its way gaining the approval of the FCC. The Moto RIZR Z6c is headed to the VZW or Verizon Wireless.
This is another one of those devices getting the “World Edition” badging due to its dual-band CDMA/EV-DO and Dual-Band GSM (900/1800MHZ) which means you can use it in most of Eurasia as well. Imagine the Motorola SLVR, but in slider form with the RAZR style keypad underneath, and that’s pretty much the RIZR in a nutshell.
That’s right, even ATT wants their piece of the pie come this Friday. What are they doing to garner your attention? Try a 50% off sale on certain handsets.
Interested in the Samsung a737? Sony Ericsson w580i? BlackBerry Curve 8310? Pantech Duo? What about the Moto RAZR2? Well they are all half off, priced at $24.99, $24.99, $99.99, $99.99, and $149.99 respectively.