If you were taking a quick look at the Motorola Droid Razr M and Razr i, it wouldn’t be an easy task to notice the subtle differences externally, and while you won’t notice much on the outside you will find that the specs have a few key differences, which are pretty big in terms of hardware. The biggest difference would be with the brain powering both smartphones, and this is thanks to Motorola powering the Droid Razr i with an Intel Atom chip and the Razr M with the Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC.
It has obviously been Motorola’s goal to save money with the manufacturing and design, which has been achieved by creating two handsets with vitally different specs but pretty much the same design. Today we wanted to feature a few reviews of both the Motorola Droid Razr M and Razr i that deliver some insight to help you decide between these smartphones, which is what some people need to do if they like the design.
Motorola Droid Razr M and Razr i review – you can find a 3-page article here, which looks are both of these handsets side-by-side, and this allows the reviewer to take a look at the vital differences and compare them. You’ll first be introduced to both smartphones with key differences from a design point of view, then the second and third page look at the specs and pricing in more detail. In their conclusion they noted that the “part-Kevlar casing” would help to protect the Droid Razr M and Razr i against most knocks, and certainly can take most downpours.
If you prefer a review a little more visual then you should see the first two videos below this article, which provide a Motorola RAZR i review from two different perspectives. The first video is straight to the point looking at the main RAZR i features and runs for just under 6-minutes, while the second video runs for almost twice as long but looks at the handset in a different way, although they also point out how similar the device looks to the Droid Razr M. The last two videos deliver a 2 part video review of the Motorola DROID RAZR M, which run for over 23-minutes in total, so take a look at this review as well and let us know what you think.
Would you choose the Motorola Droid Razr M or Razr i? If you want to see a detailed look at the Droid Razr M vs. Razr i specs and features, then you can do so right here, which includes a look at the differences in design, battery, display, hardware, camera, multimedia, connectivity, and a lot more.
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