Droid Razr Review!

Do you want the world’s thinnest smartphone with 4G LTE?

If you answered yes, you might want to check out the Droid Razr review.

The Droid Razr is the world’s thinnest smartphone with thickness at just 7.1mm (compared to 8.49mm Galaxy S2).  It also packs TI OMAP 4460 1.2Ghz dual-core processor, the same one found on Galaxy Nexus.  On top of all, the world’s thinnest smartphone supports goodies like 4G LTE (which is currently the fastest, most reliable 4G in the U.S.), micro-HDMI output, and full 1080P video recording with image stabilization.

Pros

  • World’s Thinnest Smartphone – This phone is really, really, really thin.
  • Verizon’s 4G LTE is fastest and most reliable 4G service in the U.S. period.
  • Latest TI OMAP 1.2Ghz dual-core processor
  • Full 1080P video with image stabilization

Cons

  • Display is a bit grainy
  • No back cover, meaning you can’t replace the battery.

The Droid Razr isn’t 7.1mm thick all the way but over 90% of it is with a hump on the top of the phone.

(View from the left side of Droid Razr – There’s a pull-out tab for 4G LTE SIM card and microSD card.)

(View from bottom of Droid Razr – The bottom of the phone is super-clean.)

(View from right side of Droid Razr – The right side of the phone features a metallic power/sleep button and black, plastic volume buttons.)

Droid Razr is Thin and Light

The Droid Razr feel very light in your hands.  At 125 grams, it’s just a tad heavier than Samsung Galaxy S2, which weights 117 grams.  When I first got my hands on Samsung’s Galaxy S2 earlier this year, I was wowed by how thin the phone was.  Well, let me tell you right now that the Droid Razr is even better and certainly deserves such a conforming name, thin as a “Razr”.

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1 Response

  1. Tyler says:

    With the ICS update that allows Global network settings, would I be able to put a local Thailand SIM into my phone. If so would it work for data and talking or just one? thanks!

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