Today Motorola announced three new phones, the Droid Razr HD, the Droid Razr Maxx HD, and the Droid Razr M, all shipping with the Android 4.0 operating system, and upgrading to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean by the year's end.
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The Motorola event was opened by the band The Kin, who sounded pretty good, according to the CNET crew.
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Droid Razr Maxx HD
The Droid Razr Maxx HD and the Droid Razr HD will be in stores before the holidays.
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1.3 million Android activations per day
Android device activations have been steadily climbing since its introduction, and have now reach 1.3 million activations per day.
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The Kin opens the show with live tunes.
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"I grew up in a world where it was the PC or Mac first.", said Google's Eric Schmidt. "So it astounds me that people are able to operate their lives on mobile phones and happy with it."
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A new Motorola
"The new Motorola starts today", said Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside, who has been with Google for nine years, and the CEO of Motorola for 90 days.
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Droid Razr HD
Motorola says the Razr HD's talk time will be 16 hours.
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Bigger HD display
The Droid Razr HD has a bigger display, which has been stretched into the corners for a more compact size, and also features a high-resolution display, hence the HD name.
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16 hour talk time
The Droid Razr HD's talk time will be 16 hours. Motorola says it is focused on delivering better battery life, and that without great power, a phone is not truly "mobile."
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Droid Razr HD
The Droid Razr HD is the most compact 4.7-inch HD smartphone.
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The phone is slightly larger than the iPhone 4S, but offers a much bigger display.