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This article was published on September 5, 2012

Motorola introduces the DROID RAZR HD, a 4.7″, 4G Android flagship phone with a beefier batteried MAXX edition

Motorola introduces the DROID RAZR HD, a 4.7″, 4G Android flagship phone with a beefier batteried MAXX edition
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Motorola has today announced the DROID RAZR HD as its new flagship device. It sports an HD display, with 1280x720p resolution and will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

The device also packs 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It is, of course, a 4G LTE capable phone. There is a 2,500mAh battery inside, which is less than its MAXX big brother, but more than the previous variant.

The RAZR HD comes with Google’s Chrome browser pre-installed, the first smartphone do do so. The HD also features 16 hours of talk time, and there is a MAXX version of it that has even beefier life. The MAXX stats are below:

No pricing or availability was announced outside of “before the holidays”. We’ll have a hands-on look at the device up shortly.

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