Droid RAZR goodness captured on video

For all the Droid hungry fans out there that are hoping to snap up the latest and greatest Droid handset from the Motorola camp from the Big Red, namely the Motorola Droid RAZR, we have a little Droid RAZR goodness video footage for your viewing consideration below just to keep your appetite for the handset appeased until its released.

The Motorola Droid RAZR video comes our way courtesy of the guys over at Ubergizmo and by way of YouTube user Hksscom, who managed to get hold of the new Android handset and puts it through its paces.

In the footage below we get to see the Droid RAZR boot animation that looks quite sexy, MotoBlur, a side view of the handset showing off its 7.1mm thinness, a look at the settings showing that the smartphone does indeed run Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread, a quick look at Madden 12, and even a 4G speed test.

Looking at the footage the Motorola Droid RAZR screen does look very pretty an there doesn’t appear to be any lag when swiping through, and all this is done whilst the guys is showing off a bit of Android on the HP TouchPad in the background.

I’m pretty sure if you are waiting for the Motorola Droid RAZR to hit you’ll already know that the handset will arrive on Verizon shelves as of the 10th of this month and command a price tag of 300 bucks when signing on for the usual two-year term.

So until the 10th rolls around and you can get to play with your own Motorola Droid RAZR, head on down and mash that play button to check out this walkthrough…enjoy.

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3 thoughts on “Droid RAZR goodness captured on video”

  1. Cisma001 says:

    this looks awesome, i still havent decided on whether to order the razr or the iphone. i’ve never owned a droid or an iphone so im not biased, just want the best bang for my buck, any suggestions?

    1. Bobbob says:

      iPhone is a low risk purchase. Personally I like android more but the iPhone is very nice, a quality cell. Android seems to allow a more customized set up through the user interface from my experience.

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