Motorola Mobility and major carrier Personal have teamed up to offer the Motorola RAZR in Argentina. The smartphone can be purchased at a differential price of AR$ 1999 (about 465 USD or 350 EUR) with Personal Black plan.
With Personal Black customers will get unlimited data plan, 500 minutes, 250 SMS, 250 MMS and 10 Personal numbers to communicate free of charge, for AR$199 (45 USD or 35 EUR) per month.
There’s more to it, as Black customers will also be offered with some exclusive benefits, including personalized advice, local price for calls to America, global Wi-Fi service free of charge, 50% discount on the next renewal of the device, 1000 Personal Club points, as well as tickets to exclusive events.
Although Motorola touted the RAZR the world’s thinnest LTE-enabled smartphone, it appears that the smartphone recently lost the crown to Fujitsu’s 6.7mm thin ARROWS μ F-07D Android phone.
Still, at only 7.1mm Motorola RAZR is impossibly thin and among the slimmest Android devices in the world. In addition, the range of premium materials makes it appealing to all Android fans.
In this regard, the RAZR features an aluminum trim miter, KEVLAR fiber on the back, Corning Gorilla Glass screen for scratch resistance and splash-coating on the insides.
“The original Motorola RAZR managed to turn a functional need an object of desire. And now we have achieved this again with the creation of this incredibly thin smartphone, with a really attractive design that lets you take your life with you all the time,” said Germain Greco, marketing product director, Motorola Mobility.
The phone is powered by Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread platform, but Motorola confirmed the RAZR will receive the Ice Cream Sandwich update in early 2012.
Hardware-wise, the device is equipped with 1.2 GHz dual core TI OMAP 4430 processor and packs 16 GB onboard memory, 1 GB of RAM and microSD card slot for memory expansion (up to 32GB).
There’s also an enhanced 8-megapixel rear camera with full HD (1080p) video recording and a 1.3-megapixel front facing camera for video calls.