On Wednesday, mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility unveiled to the world three new smartphones included in its RAZR lineup of devices, namely the RAZR M, RAZR HD and DROID RAZR MAXX HD.All three smartphones are set to hit shelves in the not too distant future, though they won’t be launched in all markets around the world, it seems.
According to Motorola, users in several Asia Pacific countries will soon be able to enjoy the RAZR M, while RAZR HD is set to hit shelves in various markets in Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and Latin America.
As for DROID RAZR MAXX HD, it was announced only for the US market for the time being, where it will connect to Verizon Wireless’ network.
“All three Android-powered smartphones are built with top-of-the-line materials, are small in size, big on battery life and packed to the gills with the best experiences Google has to offer,” Motorola notes.
The RAZR M comes with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced display that spans from edge to edge, making the smartphone seem smaller than its predecessor, the Motorola RAZR.
“You can type emails and texts easily with a wider keyboard, watch YouTube videos and movies on a wider screen and browse the Web with Chrome for Android without squinting. All on a long-lasting battery that is 40 percent more powerful than the competition,” Motorola continues.
The handset also comes with interactive, swipe-by-swipe tutorials, as well as with SMARTACTIONS battery saving rules, so that it would deliver increased usage times.
Packing a large 4.7-inch HD display, the Motorola RAZR HD is said to be the most compact smartphone in its class, while capable of providing users with a great viewing experience while on the go, regardless of whether it involves photos, videos, magazines or web pages.
DROID RAZR MAXX HD comes with the same features, but it adds even longer battery life into the mix, with 13 hours of video playback with a single charge.
Powered by Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, all three smartphones come with apps such as Chrome for Android, Voice Actions for Android and various Google apps, as well as with access to over 600,000 applications and games via the Google Play Store.