The Motorola RAZR M is a mid-range Motorola packing some pretty tasty specs along with the series’ trademark Kevlar backing. What’s more, it’s also on track to offer an Intel processor as well as a qHD AMOLED display. The specs pit it directly against the likes of the HTC One S, though with its 2000 mAh battery, micro SD card expandability and NFC, there’s enough differentiation on board to make it a very attractive alternative in the mid-range market, at least on paper.
Size wise, the Motorola RAZR M comes in at 60.9mm wide, 122.5mm tall and 8.3mm thick. Staying true to the RAZR brand, this makes it thin. It’s also striking in white as can be seen above, though it’s also available in Motorola’s trademark RAZR black. Sporting what looks to be a bumper-like bezel surrounding the fascia, the RAZR M doesn’t pack any capacitive buttons below its 4.3-inch display. Instead, the RAZR M is the first phone from Motorola to pack Nexus-esque on-screen buttons. It also ships with ICS out of the box and is expected to get Jelly Bean later in the year.
There’s an 8-megapixel camera on the reverse complete with flash and loud speaker. To the right of the phone is a micro USB port while to the left is the volume rocker and power button. With 8GB of memory available on board there will be 4GB of which is user available, with expandability via micro SD card. Well connected, the RAZR M offers the standard 3G, WI-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS, also cramming in NFC for all your contactless needs as well as support for Google’s Chrome for a better browsing experience. UK pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed though with an upcoming Motorola event on the 18th September, everything should be revealed soon enough.