I just Brian -- for cnet.com and they were taking it.
First look at the Motorola Droid RAZR and for Verizon Wireless.
Available for pre order now and expect to hit store shelves September 13 for just 9999.
The Droid RAZR impacts lots of high end Smartphone features for in mid range price.
It's very compact powerful and connects to Verizon's LTE network for fast four G data access.
The first thing you probably knows about the Motorola Droid RAZR and is its large four point three inch amoled screen. I know I did.
Now that doesn't mean it's actually bigger than displays found on typical entry devices. Actually it's smaller.
Motorola though uses a nifty design trick what it calls an edge to edge display -- for your --
You'll notice the RAZR and screen sits flush with the phone's front face.
And both the left and right sides of the display extend almost to the very edge of the handsets bezel.
Which is extremely narrow.
There are also no physical buttons here either something that further pushes your eyes of the screen the same goes for the slightly beveled bottom lip that -- away from the display.
Measuring just a third of an inch thick and weighing four point four ounces the Droid RAZR and is very -- -- light and fits in the pockets easily.
Above the screen is a notification light and front facing camera on the right side -- phones only physical controls for volume rocker and power button.
The left side holds slots for Sam and micro SD cards on top -- -- 3.5 millimeter headphone Jack.
Around back is the eight megapixel camera with LED flash along with Motorola's signature Kevlar fiber coating.
It feels great resists fingerprints and protects the back from scratches but also means the 2000 -- battery isn't user removable.
Other nice features include Android Ford auto Ice Cream Sandwich software driven by nimble one point five gigahertz dual core snapdragon processor.
And one gigabyte program.
Application performance looks to be very quick with smooth navigation either flipping through menus home screens are launching apps.
I'm also expand the circles widget that provides -- information -- alerts time weather and battery level.
All in a slick and graphically engaging interface.
-- Motorola I know you wanna keep this circle things yourself but I'd be willing to pay top dollar for four bucks sounds a great deal to me.
Swiping left of the -- home screen pulls up a useful quick settings page to.
And it has -- toggle -- and use functions like ring -- Wi-Fi Bluetooth GPS and airplane mode.
I'm Brian Bennett and this has been a first look at the Motorola Droid RAZR and be sure to check back soon for our full review at CNET dot.
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