Motorola RAZR HD [Sponsored post]

  The new Motorola Razr HD is marketed as The all-day phone and this shouldn’t be under-rated. Often the problem with smartphones is that they do so much these...

 

Motorola Razr HD

The new Motorola Razr HD is marketed as The all-day phone and this shouldn’t be under-rated. Often the problem with smartphones is that they do so much these days that we’re on them all the time. The issue is that sucking down data at 4G speeds while powering multi-core processors and large screens takes a lot of power. So what good is a great phone if the battery dies at 3pm?

Motorola understands this issue better than most and has included a 2500mAh lithium ion battery inside the 4.7” 1280×720 display. Another impressive statistic is the standby time on this phone, up to 250 hours. I was just having a discussion last week with someone still rocking a Nokia N95 because the battery lasts for days. This is seriously still a big issue for some users and can be a deal breaker preventing them from upgrading to a modern smartphone.

This is Motorola’s first 4G device and it’s a serious contender. Even better the new Razr HD runs very close to stock Android. Out of the box it runs Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.4), but we’re confident that buttery smooth, sweet tasting Jelly Bean isn’t far away.

Check out the video below to see the phone in action.

More information available @ Telstra

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