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Motorola Razr Smartphone Arriving In India In November, 2011 First Week

Motorola Mobility is going to introduce Razr, termed as the worlds thinnest 4G smart-phone, in the Indian market next week i.e First week of November, 2011, barely a fortnight after it unveiled the phone in the US with Verizon. The phone is yet to be launched anywhere in the world. So a good news of Indian users indeed!

Motorola Razr is a marvel of engineering and thinner than rival smart-phones. It’s look is awesome with sculpted glass and diamond cut aluminium accents. Sporting a 4.3″ inch super AMOLED advanced display which make watching films on-the-go just as thrilling as watching at home on your HDTV. The zero motion blur technology keeps the action smooth, so you can focus on the story.

Motorola Razr comes with  dual core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 8 MP camera and 1080p HD video capture capability and recording, for crisp, clear, cinematic quality images. Motorola Razr has KEVLAR fiber and Corning Gorilla Glass that helps the screen stand up to the scratches and scrapes that are bound to happen to a touch phone.

The Smart Actions app on the Motorola Razr helps you with everyday tasks that keep your phone and your life optimized. Turn down  the ringer when you step into work. Adjust settings when home to save battery. Send a text to your wife if you miss her call. Let the Smart Actions take care of it all!!!!

MotoCast, a free Motorola app that’s built in to the Motorola Razr, lets you safely and effortlessly stream music, films and more from your PC. Across the street or across the country, you can still rock your playlists or flip through pics, without using up  phone’s memory.

The phone will offer up-to 10 hours talk-time or 13.5 days standby on 3G usage. It is expected to be priced around Rs.32,000/- in India. It will be interesting to see whether it can justify the price against competition from rival smartphones.

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