SMARTPHONE MAKER Motorola announced today that its Razr HD is available in the UK, following its release in the US last year.
The device is essentially an upgraded version of the Motorola Razr I, featuring a larger 4.7in Super AMOLED HD touchscreen, Google's Android 4.1 Jelly Bean mobile operating system and a larger battery that promises 20 hours of use on a single charge.
The Motorola Razr HD also features a rugged Kevlar casing, 4G LTE support, an 8MP rear-facing camera with HD 1080p video, a 1.3MP front-facing camera and 16GB of internal storage expandable via microSD card up to an additional 32GB. There's no word about EE stocking the 4G handset, however.
Andrew Morley, Motorola Mobility VP and GM for the UK and Ireland said, "As our lives get busier, we need a handset that can keep up with the pace and with that in mind, the Motorola RAZR HD was born, a smartphone that's always ready to go, whenever you need it.
"This doesn't mean we should compromise on quality, as alongside this high-performance battery comes a 4.7-inch Razr sharp HD screen, impossibly thin design and faster surfing of the net through 4G capabilities - all the features we know are critical for consumers."
Motorola said that its Razr HD smartphone is now available from a number of online retailers, including Amazon UK and and Expansys. µ
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