The Motorola RAZR (XT910). Reborn, re-sculptured. Thinner, lighter, faster, bulletproof. Bulletproof? Er, yes kinda. The rear panel is made of industrial grade kevlar fibre – a similar composite to one used to make bulletproof vests. This does not mean that the phone is bulletproof, of course, but it does mean it’s 5x lighter than stainless steel with the same tensile strength. The RAZR weighs in at an anorexic 127g. As a comparison, the iPhone 4S weighs 140g, and the Galaxy S II – 116g. The new RAZR comes with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB DDR2 RAM, loaded with Google Android v2.3.5 Gingerbread. So it’s fast. For camwhores, the RAZR comes with a big 8MP rear HD cam with LED flash, as well as a 1.3MP front-facing camera for webcam junkies.
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I had one to play with for a couple of days. While I scowled that it needed a micro-SIM, I found the phone very likable. Yes, to an extent, even MotoBlur. Enjoy the unboxing pictures while I scramble a review for you.