Sep 05 AT 12:30 PM Dustin Earley 11 Comments

Watch Motorola unveil the Droid RAZR HD live at 2PM EST

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Not everyone’s lucky enough to be able to make it to New York tomorrow for Motorola’s next product unveiling, but Moto has been kind enough to provide us with the next best thing.

Motorola will host a live video feed of their entire “Motorola. On display.” event on YouTube. And you can catch the whole thing below. We’ve conveniently embedded the stream in this post, so you can discuss the action as it unfolds in the comments.

As for what we’re expecting to see at the event: the successors to the popular Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX handsets, the Droid RAZR HD and Droid RAZR M, are a good bet. The RAZR HD is an upgraded RAZR fully equipped with an HD display, and the RAZR M is a 4.3-inch qHD device with LTE and a Snapdragon S4. There may be more, but we’ll just have to wait to find out.

Is there anything you’d like to see Motorola announce? More phones, a tablet, a new Actv, reworked Webtop? Maybe we’ll see a little of everything. Well, except for a phone with an edge-to-edge display and Intel inside. That comes later in the month.

Source: YouTube

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  • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

    It’s going to be hard for Motorola to surprise me. I’m more looking forward to the Intel-powered phone thats coming in London.

    • Nate B.

      I agree. I honestly feel like they’ve been showing the same phone over and over. Reminding of Apple in a way. not really changing anything. Just adding this and that and calling it a new phone. They honestly could have put all that in one phone. Started to go with the Razr brand doesn’t change anything with me.

      They’re going to have to really impress me with the software to still impress me with the Intel powered one. The guts of it sound awesome but I can careless if the software and features are egh. Because before I root any device, I would need to be at awe by it’s native features and OS.

    • http://ArtisticAbode.com BetterWithRoot

      That’s what I want to see to Taylor. Intel is such a huge powerhouse, I really want to see what they come up with.

      As far as this goes, I would like to see them take a(n) (even) more open approach. I would like to see them announce phones with an unlocked, or easily unlockable bootloader,(or add more to the list). I would like to see them announce a close to stock iteration of their UI, with only extra features of Blur included.

    • Dustin Earley

      The power of Google, Motorola and Intel combined is not to be underestimated. Can’t wait to see what they’ve been working on.

  • Nate B.

    You have to be bulls***** yourself if not impressed with the hardware on these devices. Slap that hardware on a more dramatic curve, more dpi, Intel, and same battery if not better by the time the next Nexus comes…man you will have a phone that kills the comp and anything after for a couple years.

    • Nate B.

      It’ll only be a matter of time before Samsung shows whatever they might be working on to compete with Moto build quality and battery innovation. I mean Samsung is nice and my favorite, but I wouldn’t mind Moto at all if they made the new Nexus for Google with these specs at the least. Hopefully something even better by then shoot. Made out of that same build material but with the curve of a Nexus. Diamond in the ruff.

  • Mark

    Verizon exclusive still? *yawn* go look somewhere else. Seems like a sale model stuck from yester-year.

  • Christopher Wueste

    I just fell like that was pretty anticlimactic. I don’t understand launching a product that is already pretty much inferior to phones being made by Samsung, and for that matter, outside of battery life, I can deal with my phone being 9mm instead of 8mm. I really am not sure how I feel about the direction Moto and Google seem to be taking here but I honestly was expecting more from this. I wanted a quad core phone with 2 gigs of ram and moving closer to stock Android. Maybe i was just dreaming. Still, just left feeling unimpressed.

  • alexanderharri3

    Things are going to be a bit stale on the hardware (processor) end until LTE plays nice with Tegra, the S4 Pro arrives, or TI comes back with something awesome. Until then….say hello to more Snapdragon S4 chips everywhere here in the USA.

  • uzunoff

    Motorola cannot capture the US market being Verizon Exclusive.
    They need to branch out to Sprint, AT&T and T-mo.
    I would like to get an Android device with a great battery but I would not pay Verizon’s premium prices for it.

  1. It’s going to be hard for Motorola to surprise me. I’m more looking forward to the Intel-powered phone thats coming in London.

    • I agree. I honestly feel like they’ve been showing the same phone over and over. Reminding of Apple in a way. not really changing anything. Just adding this and that and calling it a new phone. They honestly could have put all that in one phone. Started to go with the Razr brand doesn’t change anything with me.

      They’re going to have to really impress me with the software to still impress me with the Intel powered one. The guts of it sound awesome but I can careless if the software and features are egh. Because before I root any device, I would need to be at awe by it’s native features and OS.

    • That’s what I want to see to Taylor. Intel is such a huge powerhouse, I really want to see what they come up with.

      As far as this goes, I would like to see them take a(n) (even) more open approach. I would like to see them announce phones with an unlocked, or easily unlockable bootloader,(or add more to the list). I would like to see them announce a close to stock iteration of their UI, with only extra features of Blur included.

    • The power of Google, Motorola and Intel combined is not to be underestimated. Can’t wait to see what they’ve been working on.

  2. You have to be bulls***** yourself if not impressed with the hardware on these devices. Slap that hardware on a more dramatic curve, more dpi, Intel, and same battery if not better by the time the next Nexus comes…man you will have a phone that kills the comp and anything after for a couple years.

    • It’ll only be a matter of time before Samsung shows whatever they might be working on to compete with Moto build quality and battery innovation. I mean Samsung is nice and my favorite, but I wouldn’t mind Moto at all if they made the new Nexus for Google with these specs at the least. Hopefully something even better by then shoot. Made out of that same build material but with the curve of a Nexus. Diamond in the ruff.

  3. MarkGuest 3 years ago

    Verizon exclusive still? *yawn* go look somewhere else. Seems like a sale model stuck from yester-year.

  4. I just fell like that was pretty anticlimactic. I don’t understand launching a product that is already pretty much inferior to phones being made by Samsung, and for that matter, outside of battery life, I can deal with my phone being 9mm instead of 8mm. I really am not sure how I feel about the direction Moto and Google seem to be taking here but I honestly was expecting more from this. I wanted a quad core phone with 2 gigs of ram and moving closer to stock Android. Maybe i was just dreaming. Still, just left feeling unimpressed.

  5. Things are going to be a bit stale on the hardware (processor) end until LTE plays nice with Tegra, the S4 Pro arrives, or TI comes back with something awesome. Until then….say hello to more Snapdragon S4 chips everywhere here in the USA.

  6. Motorola cannot capture the US market being Verizon Exclusive.
    They need to branch out to Sprint, AT&T and T-mo.
    I would like to get an Android device with a great battery but I would not pay Verizon’s premium prices for it.