Motorola is beginning to improve its smartphone line and it looks like it is making its way to battle its mobile market rivals. The initial information that came out said that Verizon Wireless will offer a Droid RAZR in blue color and that was confirmed by a photo seen by a source online. This was supported by the Verizon Network's spec sheet which shows that the Droid Razr will be offered very soon for a sale price of $149 under a new contract of two years.
The Motorola Droid Razr is presently offered by Verizon Wireless and was first released in November 2011. The blue colored Droid Razr will be joining other colored smartphones that is usually available only in black and white color together with the purple handset that was released recently.
The blue-colored Droid Razr is anticipated to have similar specs as the other colored Droid handsets. The specs include an internal memory of 16 GB and support for 4G LTE provided by Verizon Wireless. The date when the blue Razr will be launched has not been officially announced but sources say that it will be on the 17th of May 2012.
The Droid Razr is part of the long smartphone line with an impressive list of specs. These include a Super AMOLED display that is 4.3 inches in size with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels and 256 ppi pixel density. Aside from this, the phone weighs a little over 4 ounces with an total size that is lower than average versus other handsets that were released around the same time.
Its 1780 mAH battery provides the Droid Razr user an additional 4 hours of talk time to give a total of 12.5 hours. That is a talk time that is higher than any other smartphone that is presently available in the market.
The Droid Razr's processor is the two-core TI OMAP 4430 which comes with a RAM of 1 GB and a graphics processor. It also has an internal memory of 16 GB which can be upgraded up to a maximum of 32 GB using a micro SDHC or micro SD card. Its 8 MP rear camera has an LED flash with auto focus and f2.4 lens for capturing sharper images and supporting 1080 p high definition video recording.