Motorola's RAZR M is a top little device, but one of its major problems was not having the latest version of Android. Motorola re-affirmed its commitment to actually give users new software today by bestowing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean onto the RAZR M.
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The way Motorola has been carrying on since it was bought by Google, you'd think it was God's gift to the smartphone industry. It's promising the "best of Google" despite the fact that it's not offering a Nexus-branded handset any time soon. This is what happens, then, when a manufacturer sets out to go it alone on making a Nexus phone.
I'm getting worried about Motorola, you guys. First we saw the new RAZR and were impressed, then we pined for the battery beast that was the RAZR Maxx and instead got the RAZR V — which was essentially the new RAZR but with a lower price. Now we're getting the RAZR M: a Kevlar-boasting, 4G-laden, bezel-less smartphone looks pretty much the same as the last few RAZRs. Something's going on here.
We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.
In addition to today's launch of the Droid RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD, Motorola has also introduced the mid-range Droid RAZR M 4G LTE. Most notably, it features a 4.3-inch nearly edge-to-edge qHD display with a TKTK resolution.