The Motorola Razr has just arrived in the Recombu offices. Before we bring you a full review we’ll have a quick look at what’s in the box of the phone so many of you – along with us – have been excited about since we had our first hands-on.
For many people, the Motorola Razr was the phone of the 2000’s, launching in 2003 and selling
130 million units in four years and spawning the ‘Hello Moto’ ringtone.
Following its rebirth, the phone has a new tough Kevlar construction and at7.3 mm deep is the billed as the worlds slimmest smartphone.
Of course, even though it’s candy bar rather than flip phone, it looks unmistakably like a member of the Razr family, with the jutting out camera module and slightly curved corners.
Inside Motorola has inclued a 1.2Ghz processor with a 1GB of ran and a generous 4.3 inch screen, with Super AMOLED technology that looks stunning. Our version runs Android Gingerbread 2.3.5, but it is expected to get the Android Ice Cream Sandwich update in 2012.
The Motorola Razr is on-sale now. Stay tuned to Recombu for a full review very soon.