Starting with the HTC One X back in April, Android flagships have a few common features: A 1.5Ghz dual core Snapdragon S4 processor, LTE, 4.7”+ screens, 8MP cameras, NFC and 16GB+ built-in storage. Now Motorola throws their hat in the ring with the RAZR HD LTE.
While I appreciate how detailed the RAZR HD LTE’s name is it a bit of a mouthful. Then again I guess I should be happy it’s not called the Motorola 2012 RAZR HD LTE NFC 8MP KEVLAR 4.7 2500MAH.
With it’s sharp edges and the exposed weave on its Kevlar back the RAZR has a very striking and memorable design.
Now if you look at the RAZR’s specifications you’ll notice that they’re very similar to the ATRIX HD LTE
I reviewed recently. Indeed, looking at the spec sheets the 3 main differences are the bigger screen (4.5” LCD vs 4.7” Super AMOLED), NFC and bigger battery (2530mAh vs 1780mAh). Bigger and more or better right?