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# 108831 6-Sep-2012 14:39
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  # 682381 6-Sep-2012 14:48
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Any more info/links ?
Anyone can post a picture.... :)




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  # 682386 6-Sep-2012 14:59
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The Motorola (DROID) RAZR HD impresses with its large 4.7" edge-to-edge Super AMOLED display of 720p resolution. The back of the device is made of Kevlar, but this time it wraps around the edges of the headset too. The camera offers 8MP stills and 1080p video recording.

The LTE-touting Motorola (DROID) RAZR HD is powered by a Qualcomm chipset with a dual-core Krait CPU, 1GB RAM and Adreno 225 GPU. It will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box with an upgrade to Jelly Bean scheduled for Q4.

For the most part, the Motorola DROID RAZR HD MAXX is identical to its sibling, but it upgrades the already impressive 2,530 mAh battery to the hard to believe 3,300 mAh. It also ups the available internal storage from 16GB to 32GB. Naturally, that comes at the expense of a few extra millimeters around the waist, but the RAZR HD MAXX still measures the very respectable 9.3mm of thickness.

Finally, the RAZR M is Motorola's answer to those asking for phones to remain as compact as possible. It packs a smaller 4.3" qHD 540x960px Super AMOLED Advanced screen and measures just 122.5x60.9x8.3mm. It still manages to offer LTE connectivity, an 8MP camera capable of doing 1080p video and an S4 chipset with a 1.5GHz dual-core Krait CPU.

 
 
 
 


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  # 682410 6-Sep-2012 15:50
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Look nice I must say

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  # 682414 6-Sep-2012 15:55
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That guy has a tail



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  # 682420 6-Sep-2012 15:57
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kiwitrc: That guy has a tail


That the power cable Tongue Out

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  # 682421 6-Sep-2012 16:03
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vaiohk:
kiwitrc: That guy has a tail


That the power cable Tongue Out


Ah ok wouldn't have guessed that.

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  # 682459 6-Sep-2012 17:13
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vaiohk:
kiwitrc: That guy has a tail


That the power cable Tongue Out


It's a robot?

 
 
 
 




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  # 682527 6-Sep-2012 19:35
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rscole86:
vaiohk:
kiwitrc: That guy has a tail


That the power cable Tongue Out


It's a robot?


A robot made by  Motorola 

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  # 682528 6-Sep-2012 19:37
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  # 682545 6-Sep-2012 20:34
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All too big, shame.



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  # 682546 6-Sep-2012 20:38
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kiwitrc: motorobot


Welcome to the futureLaughing

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  # 682549 6-Sep-2012 20:42
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the new Google phone, looks nice hopefully with more google less Motorola system.




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  # 682570 6-Sep-2012 21:53
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mattRSK: All too big, shame.


Yet the RAZR M is barely larger than the iPhone...?

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  # 682627 7-Sep-2012 01:57
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vaiohk: It will be running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box with an upgrade to Jelly Bean scheduled for Q4.


Seriously, not even Google can get their own handsets out of the box with the latest OS version?






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  # 682660 7-Sep-2012 08:47
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Razr M Maxx would be awesome. Razr Maxx HD sounds like a nice phone, if I wanted a smart phone.

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