Motorola fans - at least those with fond memories of the RAZR flip phone - will be pleased to know that its latest Android reincarnation has hit store shelves in the UK.
New RAZR, which measures a staggeringly svelte 7.1mm at its slimmest point, staying true to its older brother’s anorexic charms, is currently on sale with high street retailers Phones 4U and Carphone Warehouse on a range of contract options.
Those of you looking to snap it up free can do so for £31 a month on a two-year contract with Vodafone and Orange. In return you’ll be entitled to up to 600 anytime, any network minutes, unlimited texts and 750MB data depending on the specific tariff you pick.
Standout specs of what is arguably the most voguish handset from Moto yet include a 1.2GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM, an eight-megapixel camera with image stabilisation and 1080p HD video recording and a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED ‘Advanced’ display. You can also make HD video calls with a secondary front-facing camera.
Although the RAZR runs the semi-latest Gingerbread iteration of Android out of the box, Motorola has assured that an upgrade to the new Ice Cream Sandwich OS refresh will be released early next year.
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