Droid RAZR with white jacket confirmed but more black

Not too long ago we let you know that Verizon would be pushing out a new white version of the Motorola Droid RAZR at some point in the future and now word has it that Motorola has gone on record and confirmed Verizon will be getting the Droid RAZR with a white jacket; however that new white jacket isn’t exactly all white.

According to the guys over at Pocket Now by way of Electronista, although there will be a white variant of the Android 2.3 Gingerbread Droid RAZR there’s more black than white on the device.

Apparently judging by the images of the white Droid RAZR the smartphone has a while bezel and white frame whilst the rear Kevlar panel remains black so although classed as a white model it isn’t truly an all white version.

Still again judging by the images the white accented Motorola Droid RAZR does look like a nice looking smartphone and of course you’ll still get that 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED touch screen along with an 8 megapixel camera and 1.2Ghz dual core processor.

And of course if you do fancy owning the white Motorola Droid RAZR the device will still command the same price tag of $299 as the black model and the white version is expected to arrive sometime this month.

Will any of our Droid fan readers by opting to snap up the white-ish Motorola Droid RAZR over the black variant?

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2 thoughts on “Droid RAZR with white jacket confirmed but more black”

  1. Jesus Lopez says:

    I love how the Droid Razr has a dual core processor and a
    super AMOLED screen, which makes it perfect for streaming media. Also, this
    phone has the thinnest design ever for an android phone and with the Kevlar backing;
    you know this phone is built to last. I know the Droid Razr will go great with
    my employee Sling adapter from DISH Network. With the Sling adapter, I can
    stream live and recorded TV to my Android device everywhere I have 3G coverage
    or Wi-Fi. I have made a huge library of DVR movies on my receiver and now I can
    access them no matter where I happen to be. Also, when you sign up for DISH,
    the Sling adapter is free so why wouldn’t you get it?

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