US PHONE MAKER Motorola has unveiled the dual-core chipped, 7.1mm thick Droid Razr smartphone at a press conference in the US.
According to the This is My Next live blog, the Android phone, known alternately as the Spyder, has got LTE for Verizon in the US, a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP camera with HD 1080p video capture and a 4.3in Super AMOLED qHD display.
Meanwhile, it's just 7.1mm thick, perhaps the thinnest smartphone ever made.
It has laminated construction for enhanced rigidity and a precision machined stainless steel core. The back is made from woven kevlar and it has an 1800mAh battery that delivers 12.5 hours of talk time.
We expect that the European version of this handset will be revealed tomorrow, possibly under a different name. µ
Watch this space
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