by Lucian Armasu, 1 year ago
It looks like Motorola is getting ready to revive their RAZR brand with an upcoming phone for Verizon, called Droid RAZR, which is also known as Motorola Spyder (probably internationally). A tipster send some pictures…
For our friends in the great white North — Canada, Rogers will have the exclusive on the Motorola RAZR. Said to be available in time for the holidays, so far no pricing has been announced. I’d figure it’ll be a little bit cheaper then the $299 pricing for Verizon Wireless given the Canadian standard three-year contract. Other than that, you can expect the same slim fast phone as was announced earlier today.
Full Press Release from Rogers Communications:
“Motorola RAZRTM: Put the Impossible in your Pocket. Again.
Head-turning design and life-changing features, available only at Rogers
TORONTO – OCTOBER 18, 2011 – Say hello to the jaw-dropping new Motorola RAZRTM, brought to you by the brains at Motorola Mobility Canada and available exclusively at Rogers Communications. Impossibly thin and lightweight, this smartphone is loaded with sexy curves. Its sculpted glass face, diamond-cut aluminum accents and hyper-saturated 4.3” Super AMOLED Advanced display are museum-worthy industrial design, while its Kevlar® fiber (yes, that Kevlar) and Corning® Gorilla® Glass screen with splash-guard coating, make this work of art a force to be reckoned with.
While they’re still dazzled by the outside, hit them with what’s inside. A cool 1GB of RAM hooks up with that dual-core processor and AndroidTM 2.3.5 to get you a lightning-fast user interface and the power to multi-task like never before. Rock your playlists while you check your email, breeze through photos – all at the same time, all without delay. Motorola RAZR comes preloaded with the Motorola MotoCast™ app1, giving you the power to stream or download content from your PC straight to your device so your personal content is always within reach. Watch movies on a screen that sports a wider range of colours than most LCD HDTVs. And when you’re tired of watching (as if), use the cinematic-quality front-facing 720p video camera and 8MP rear-facing camera with even sharper 1080p HD video capture to create your own movies – and turn your life into art without breaking a sweat.”
Any of our Canadian readers looking to pick up the RAZR on Rogers “in time for the holidays”? Lets us know in the comments.