Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Verizon Wireless and Motorola Launch Droid RAZR

DROIDRAZRFront<br />HomeVZWMotorola Mobility and Verizon Wireless announced Droid RAZR, described as the world’s thinnest 4G LTE smartphone.

Measuring 7.1 mm thin, it is made with Kevlar fiber for strength and Corning "Gorilla Glass" for scratch resistance, and runs on the new Verizon Wireless 4G Long Term Evolution network.

The new RAZR works with the Motorola Lapdock 500 Pro or Lapdock 100, giving you the power to edit documents and browse the Web with a desktop-class Firefox browser.

Or, plug your Motorola RAZR into the HD Dock or HD Station to connect to your HDTV, speakers and other productivity peripherals for large-screen entertainment.

Users also can browse the web and use Android apps using the Smart Controller. The built in touch-pad lets you zoom, pinch and rotate content just like a touchscreen.

You can also connect a navigation dock for GPS and directions, battery pack for extra life, Bluetooth-enabled keyboard and the Motorola Elite Sliver headset.

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