One more device is headed to Verizon Wireless this year and that will be the Motorola Droid RAZR M 4G LTE. As the name suggests, it’s a 4G LTE capable device, although the handset also supports global roaming. The only thing you will spot at the front of the smartphone is the 4.3 inch Super AMOLED panel which supports ColorBoost technology and is of qHD resolution.
No hardware buttons were spotted below the display, Motorola has decided to go with the new trend of software buttons. Under the cover, we found Qualcomm‘s dual-core MSM8960 processor, Snapdragon S4 to be more precise. Besides the familiar CPU, there are also 8 gigabytes of storage, 1GB of RAM and, of course, the battery whose capacity, unfortunately, is not mentioned. An 8 MP shooter lyes on the back, which is capable of shooting Full HD videos and there’s also the front camera, which is now A 3 MP unit.
The device will feature Android 4.o with Motorola’s custom, but AOSP-like skin on top and NFC connectivity.
The design doesn’t resemble the one of the original Droid RAZR too much, though the same Kevlar on the back is easily recognizable. The front panel is nice and clean, with Gorilla Glass 2 on top for extra protection. The Droid RAZR M is 8.38mm deep, which makes it stand in the middle: it’s not the slimmest we’ve ever seen, but it’s not on the thick side either. We find the design impressive, but you can judge by yourself from the picture given above.