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Droid RAZR by Motorola

The thinnest LTE-capable smartphone around.
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The Droid RAZR is the thinnest, lightest smartphone with LTE capability.

See the full review by James Kendrick on ZDNet Mobile News

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The 4.3-inch screen has a large bezel, no doubt to allow Motorola to fit all the technology in such a thin form.

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The phone has Kevlar fiber construction, keeping it thin while making it very sturdy.

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The understated Motorola nameplate sits just over the webcam. There is a green LED indicator that flashes to the left of the camera when notifications are received.

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There is a standard power button and volume rockers on this side.

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The door provides access to the LTE SIM card slot and the microUSB for memory expansion. Verizon ships the phone with a 16GB microUSB to augment the standard 16GB of internal storage.

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Typical Android (Gingerbread) home screen, with minor Motorola customizations.

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The unlock screen provides direct access to the camera without requiring unlocking. There is also a unique vertical toggle between the two sliders that provides a mute toggle.

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This app in included by Motorola and provides scripting functions similar to Locale and Tasker in the Android Market.

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This adapter is built for travel, with its small size and plug that folds flat for storage. Uniquely, the adapater has two full USB ports making it possible to power two gadgets at the same time.

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Fold it flat for storage and open the plug for charging.

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Left: Droid RAZR  Right: iPhone 4S

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Top: iPhone 4S Bottom: Droid RAZR

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Top: iPhone 4S  Bottom: Droid RAZR

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Left: Droid RAZR  Right: Nexus S 4G

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The Nexus S 4G is much smaller in size, but much thicker than the Droid RAZR on the bottom.

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