If you were looking for a super-slim Android-based smartphone with a 4.3-inch screen and an extra-long battery life for 200 bucks, then that weirdly specific thing you were looking for just came up. Verizon has just chopped $100 off the price of the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx, dropping the total price down to a more
Verizon has just chopped $100 off the Motorola Droid RAZR’s price, dropping it down to a more normal $200 with a two-year contract. You basically get the same phone, but without the bundled 16GB microSD card that it originally comes packaged with, leaving you with 16GB of internal storage and an empty card slot.
This is a new Rogers ad for the Droid Razr, showing the 7.1mm-slim smartphone being blasted from an air cannon before it rips into an egg and a birthday cake. Now, we’re pretty sure that you could get the same results (blasted egg, ruined cake) with an air-cannoned Nokia 5110, but we’re guessing that the
Is Motorola planning a white version of the Droid Razr? It sure looks like it. Or at least that’s what we got from this screenshot of an internal Verizon screen. Looks like a good move from Moto, since everyone else from Apple to Samsung and LG looks like they’re making a killing with the white
Verizon has put out a teaser video that doesn’t really “tease” anything, but it does show cool frames of something really fast cutting through stuff, and a bit of important info at the end. Specifically, Verizon just showed the Droid Razr’s launch date: It’s set to go on sale on the really trippy once-in-a-century numerical