Motorola announces the upcoming availability of its Android flagship smartphone, the RAZR in more countries. It looks like Mexico is the next country that gets the Motorola RAZR, as the company has just announced that the smartphone will be available next month.
Mexicans can pre-order the Motorola RAZR beginning November 4, but the phone will be available starting in December for 1,999 pesos (150 USD or 108 EUR) with a two-year agreement or for 10,999 pesos (825 USD or 595 EUR) pre-paid at Telcel stores.
Built to last, the Motorola RAZR is made from premium materials, includin KEVLAR fiber with aluminum accents on the edges, as well as Corning Gorilla Glass that protects its display from scratches.
Touted the thinnest LTE-enabled smartphone, Motorola RAZR is only 7.1 thick and weighs 127g (battery included).
The pone comes with a more than decent 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Advanced capacitive touchscreen display that supports 540 x 960 pixels resolution and 16 million colors.
“Motorola RAZR’s original version managed to turn a functional need into an object of desire. Now we’ve done it again by creating the next impossibly thin smartphone – a head-turning design with the power to carry your life with you. We partnered Telcel to launch Motorola RAZR and we know that Telcel’s customers will be lining up to be the first to have the next generation Motorola RAZR,” said Andreas Giesemann, vice president and general director Motorola Mobility.
In addition, the RAZR pack 16 GB of storage, as well as 1GB of RAM that hooks up perfectly with a dual-core 1.2 GHz TI OMAP 4430 processor.
Powered by Google's Android 2.3.5, Motorola RAZR is expected to receive its Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade sometime in early 2012.
According to Motorola, the RAZR comes preloaded with Motorola MotoCast application, allowing users to stream or download content from PC to the handset.
A powerful 8-megapixel photo snapper has been included on the back of the phone, as well as a secondary 1.3-megapixel camera on the front.