Previous reports of delays and missed release dates had made the Motorola Razr a smartphone we thought we might never see. No official release date was ever announced but we can now tell you that the illusive device now available in the UK and where to go if you’re interested in owning one.
As Gary Johnson explained to you in a previous article, online retailer Clove had reported that the Razr would get over a week’s delay after it was announced to be available November 1st, with no reason as to why it was delayed. Today Motorola revealed the places in the UK where you can pick up the super thin smartphone; they are Amazon, Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U.
When it comes to the best place to get the Razr the prices do not differ significantly. Both Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U are offering the smartphone for the very reasonable price of £31 per month on a two year contract. For those that would prefer to buy the Razr outright Amazon is offering it for £448.99.
As a reminder of what you get for your money with the Motorola Razr here is a list of some of its key features. It packs a 4.3” Super AMOLED screen, runs Android 2.3, has an 8 megapixel camera on the rear, a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage and its thin exterior is made from Kevlar fiber making it very tough and is just 7.1mm thick. For a review of the new Motorola Razr, head on over to TechRadar where you will find a video clip. There is also a hands-on review of the device available there.
What do you think of the Motorola Razr? Is it a smartphone you are interested in owning?
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