Motorola Razr HD Review

It has been quite some time since the Motorola Razr HD was introduced in the market and within sometime it became highly popular. The company which is known for making some innovative devices has replaced Razr I with Razr HD. Like other Razr devices, Motorola has infused an alternative design in this version. The glossy […]

Motorola Razr HD Review

It has been quite some time since the Motorola Razr HD was introduced in the market and within sometime it became highly popular. The company which is known for making some innovative devices has replaced Razr I with Razr HD. Like other Razr devices, Motorola has infused an alternative design in this version. The glossy look of the phone looks amazing. Gorilla glass protects the screen of the phone from any sort of scratches.

The phone is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual core processor and runs on 1 GB RAM. The internal memory of the phone is 16 GB. Also, there is a provision for microSD card available in the phone that allows the users to extend the memory to up to 48 GB.

HTC Razr HD sports a 4.7 inch HD screen which might sound smaller than most of its competitors; still it can be considered among the best in its category. The display is backed by a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. It provides you with vibrant and crisp images. There is a decent amount of brightness and the device performs excellently in low light conditions. However, the auto brightness function isn’t as impressive as it should be. This phone comes with a lot of connectivity options including Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and 4G LTE network. Even though you will find many smartphones having 13 MP camera, the 8 MP camera of Razr HD is quite impressive and provides you with some really good images. The photos clicked by the device are nicely saturated and exposed. The touch to focus technology of the phone is also pretty decent. The video recording of the device is really smooth and you will get a full HD video. There is a front facing 1.3 MP camera which is also of good quality and is able to produce 720p images for video chats and video calls.

Motorola Razr HD comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software. As Motorola is owned by Google, the interface is largely based on Android. Razr HD comes with a non removable 9.4Wh battery, which provides plenty of talk time and standby time to the user.

Lastly, Razr HD is an impressive phone that can be compared to other high-end devices like HTC One and Sony Xperia Z. A lot of mobile phone operators are offering some great Motorola Razr HD deals and you must opt for them to avail their benefits.

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