Today we’re getting a second look at the Android 4.0.3 update for Verizon’s Motorola DROID RAZR. The new leaked images show off the detail of Motorola’s new UI which is a much needed improvement over the most recent versions of MotoBLUR.
As you can tell from the images, Motorola has done a full reset with ... Read More »
There’s no question that the DROID RAZR MAXX is for all intents and purposes merely a DROID RAZR with a big ‘ol battery crammed into a slightly embiggened frame. So what then is the big deal and why does it warrant its own review?
Everyone knows that the single biggest complaint ... Read More »
Based on the latest ROM leak, it looks like the Motorola RAZR may be one of the first devices in Motorola’s lineup to be updated to Android 4.0. The leaked build shows off some of the customizations Motorola is planning to implement on top of the new UI elements from Ice Cream Sandwich. So far, ... Read More »
Samsung will have a couple months to enjoy their time in the sun as the only manufacturer with Ice Cream Sandwich phones, but Motorola isn’t asleep at the wheel. They’ve announced their plans to bring Android 4.0 to their new flagship device “at the start of 2012.”
Alain Mutricy, Senior Vice President of ... Read More »
Today Motorola unveiled their latest best-smartphone-of-the-month, the Verizon Droid RAZR. Hardware specs were what we expected, but there were a few surprises that led Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha to claim this is the “the best smartphone on the planet.”
Highlights of the Droid RAZR include 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display with qHD resolution, ... Read More »
Motorola’s iconic RAZR series might be making a return in a new Droid flavor, according to some EXIF data spotted in a photo by PocketNow. The slimline RAZR first debuted in 2004 and went on to sell over 130 million units, becoming the best-selling clamshell phone in the world.
Motorola’s latest teaser is for the date of June 9 2016, and it plays heavily on our nostalgia over the original RAZR. The video shows off a bunch of youngsters in school using their RAZRs, which brings us back to the day when RAZRs were the coolest device you ccould have, maybe other than the Sidekick.
A fateful day has arrived in mobile history, because Lenovo has announced that it will be will be phasing out the Motorola brand name later this year. Lenovo purchased Motorola Mobility for nearly $3 billion in 2014, but has continued to let the ... Read More »