The Motorola announcement was just made, and we got the press release in our hands as you saw earlier. Motorola announced the Droid RAZR and the new MotoActv device. These devices certainly look amazing and could reinvigorate the market for the original Droid creators Motorola. Here is a recap of the Motorola Droid RAZR and MotoActv launch: Note: Be sure to check out the Droid RAZR forum here: Droid RAZR Motorola Droid RAZR: (The merging of two iconic brands Droid and RAZR) Stainless Steel Core with laser-cut aluminum accents and Kevlar Fibre Gorilla Glass & SplashGuard with Laminated construction Industry leading 7.1mm thin and only 127 grams Dual-Core 1.2GHz CPU with 1GB Ram 4.3 Inch Super AMOLED Advanced qHD Screen 1800 mAh Extended Battery with 12.5 Hours Talk time and 8.9 Hours Video Playback 8MP Rear Camera with full 1080P HD Video & HDMI Out Front-facing HD camera for video chat over 4G LTE, 3G or Wi-Fi 32GB Storage 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot First smartphone that can download HD Video from Netflix Gingerbread 2.3.5 OS WebDock Software - Lets you dock your phone and use it as a computer ala the Motorola Atrix Smart Actions Battery Saving Software - Helps improve the efficiency of your phone's battery usage MotoCast - Cloud based device synching of personal content in real-time Consumer Enterprise Software - Remote wipe, pin lock and government-grade encryption for email, calendar and contacts as well as voice and video chat conferencing & more Picture Source: Engadget MotoActv Exercise and Active Lifestyle Tracking Device - Headset and Watch Synch Music and Smartphone - plays over 4000 songs - can actively learn songs that motivate you during workouts Fitness Statistics and Calculator - Time, Distance, Heart-rate, Speed, calories, etc. Ear-Based Heart rate monitor Capacitive touchscreen Web-based App Synch allows you to track your stats and instant upload through WiFi Scratch, water, sweat and dust resistant Built-in GPS These devices look like real game-changers. Could this be the most perfect smartphone evolution up to this point? (sans ICS of course, but it probably won't be long before it gets it after ICS is released.) Sound off your thoughts in the forums!