So far as secrets go, that one wasn’t well stored. After a number of leaks that treated us to early images from the device, Motorola finally leaking the LTE beans having a teaser page reveal just yesterday. Now, we now have official confirmation the itsy bitsy 4G Spyder’s on its Large Red-colored way.
This latest addition to Verizon’s Android selection has a Gorilla Glass covered, 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED display — an initial for just about any mobile phone — atop a dual-core 1.2GHz TI OMAP4430 processor. Even though RAZR may seem like a Kevlar-wrapped, slightly warped Android X using its 7.1mm skinny silhouette and familiar topside difficulty, the insides tell another tale. Joining their email list of well-heeled specs, are an 8 megapixel rear camera able to 1080p HD video, 1GB RAM, 16GB of onboard storage with 16GB additional around the sd card as well as an 1,800mAh battery. Moto’s also incorporated Lapdock 100 and 500 Professional compatibility, transforming this latest red-colored-eyed beastie right into a energy user’s closest friend.
That will help you squeeze probably the most productivity from its twenty-first century Motorola RAZR, Moto’s also tossed with what it’s calling SmartActions software to handle your phone’s battery existence. These user-determined configurations could be designed to turn off Bluetooth whenever you go back home or decelerate the processor speed while you are on the telephone — whatever your time needs, the business’s intent you take full advantage of this phone. A brand new personal cloud feature comes bundled up using the device, named MotoCast. Video, photos, documents and music could be streamed out of your laptop right to the handheld. But for the IT departments around the globe, the RAZR comes business ready with Citrix Receiver, Motorola Webtop and videoconferencing capabilities.
Obviously, you will find a slew of add-ons you are able to pair track of that new Android: two lapdocks, wireless keyboard options, HD docks and Bluetooth headphones. You are able to snatch up all of the extra goods and, obviously, that aluminum-highlighted smartphone on October 27th when Verizon starts accepting pre-orders. For very difficult street date, the network’s being coy having a global release slated for November.
Update: Motorola has additionally confirmed the phone is going to be only at Rogers in Canada, where it’ll just be referred to as Motorola RAZR. Still not sure with an exact release date, however the phone has become readily available for pre-order at $150 on the three-year contract, and Motorola states it’ll launch “over time for that holidays.” Regrettably, Canadians will need to get by without LTE, as Rogers’ version is only going to do HSPA as much as 14.4Mbps.