They haven't met with the same success as Samsung, but Motorola has created some of the best Android phones on the market. They're poised to take on the market in an entirely new way thanks to their new owners at Google. The new product announcements today seem to just confirm that Google is taking its entrance into the hardware market very seriously.
Motorola announced today that three new Razr models will be hitting Verizon - the Droid Razr HD, Droid Razr Maxx HD and the Droid Razr M. All three phones will be equipped with 4G LTE and Ice Cream Sandwich. All three phones will receive Jelly Bean by the end of the year.
Available for pre-order today, the Droid Razr M will be the first phone available out of the gate. It features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen. Motorola has taken to calling it the "The Full-Screen Phone" as it is shorter and narrower than the original Droid Razr while retaining the same screen real estate.
Coming later in the year are the two HD handsets. The Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD both feature a larger 4.7-inch Super AMOLED screen. The Razr Maxx is outfitted with a better battery that boasts 32 hours of normal use. They claim that the battery can also power up to 13 hours of straight video playback on a single charge.
All three phones will have the following features:
The Razr M will be available for pre-order today from Verizon's Web site. It will become available on September 13. The phone will only be $99 (after rebate) with a two-year contact. There's no word yet on pricing for the two HD models. The current Razr Maxx goes for $245 with a two-year contract so here's hoping the low price of the Razr M carries over to the other models.