First Pictures of the Motorola Droid RAZR HD

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    Well we are seeing some of the first pictures of the Motorola Droid RAZR HD. It is supposedly sporting Qualcomm's 1.5GHz Dual-Core Snapdragon S4 Processor.


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    It is also reported it will pack a 13 megapixel camera, as well as on screen navigation keys.


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    Can't tell much from these photos, but we can clearly see the VZW logo on the back.


    Thanks for the tip: GSdub510

    Thoughts?


    Via: Exclusive: First Pictures of the Motorola DROID RAZR HD – Droid Life
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    I'm glad its using the snapdragon. I think its a good choice. But I think they better hurry up and release it before its dated like with what happened to bionic.
    A screen shot would've been nice.. but it looks good from what I see. I hope its a little more robust than the maxx as far as rigidity and screen durability.

    Other than that... I can't wait to get one :)

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    The side looks really nice. I prefer the one way back pattern on the RAZR as opposed to this one but I am glad the plastic is gone.
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    I was hoping it would be out in time for the GS3 so I could choose between them. Motorola seems to have better radios and thus better reception from what I have read. My old Droid X has been a stellar phone. I pre-ordered the GS3 but now am questioning my decision. Full specs would help make the decision easier.
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    Not a big fan of Qualcomm chipsets, personally. The Adreno 225 is somewhat outdated, and doesn't impress me. I heard it was shoveled into the S4 just to get the chipset out more quickly, and that philosophy I disagree with. Thought Motorola had cut a deal with Intel for its upcoming devices? Was really hoping to see the Atom in this bad boy.

    EDIT: Unless it's the new S4 design with the Adreno 320, in that case Moto is forgiven. Still want an Atom phone, though.
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    Intel is supposed to be powering its devices by later this year or next year.

    DROID RAZR MAXXIMIZED!!!! PREPARE TO BE VANQUISHED!!!
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    If the Bionic was "dated" when it released, then the RAZR was "extremely dated" when it released - given the only huge difference is a 200MHz clock speed bump of the same SoC.

    The XT875 came out right on time, with a different name. It was supposed to be the Targa, the Bionic was supposed to be a completely different phone (Etna).
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    With the exception of the battery, you're right.

    What I mean is that for some reason moto releases some of its devices too late, so by the time they come out, the rest of the pack is either right with em or ahead of em.

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    Cant wait to see those Intel phones. That vid from CES with the Atom CPU was nuts!
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    Whether it has the 320 or the 225, the build quality and overall performance (esp battery) will be better than the gs3!

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    I agree.. Intel chips WILL change the game. :)

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    Six core baby, bring it on! :hail:
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    The 3 "current" Moto devices were supposed to complement each other, aimed towards different audiences; though. There is room in the market for more than one device by a given manufacturer, look at laptop lineups.

    Droid Bionic = 4G LTE slate style phone with removeable battery, aimed at customers desiring a traditional slate phone
    Droid RAZR = 4G LTE "thin and light" slate style phone, nonremoveable battery is a tradeoff for the "thin and light" form factor
    Droid 4 = 4G LTE QWERTY slider, sharing RAZR "thin and light" profile. Again, battery is a tradeoff
    Droid RAZR Maxx = 4G LTE "still pretty thin and light" slate style phone with larger nonremoveable battery - don't think it was a planned model from the get go, rather an answer to those desiring an extended battery option

    Moto isn't Apple, nothing wrong with having several choices.
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    I agree about that, never been a huge fan of Samsung build quality as far as phones go. I just like my games, so I don't like old GPUs.
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    Intel Atom is a single core design. It runs with the best chipsets currently out there, which is why it is such a game changer. A dual-core Atom would probably run right up there with the top quad-core mobile chipsets.
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    So long it doesn't have GB still.. haha! I'm sure it won't, though.

    Anyways, I would love this phone if it feels better in the hand than the other RAZR's do. While the MAXX is a little better, it just feels too wide due to the thinness and square edges verses rounded edges.
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