The Droid RAZR HD combines unmatched battery life with top-shelf materials and rock-solid performance.Read the full review →
If there were an award for "Most Improved Handset," we'd give it to the RAZR HD. With the launch of the Droid RAZR last year, Motorola set about trying to reestablish its legacy of producing cutting-edge, high-end hardware. It was far from perfect, but it definitely put the company on the right track. The RAZR HD and MAXX HD pick up where their predecessors left off, addressing practically every concern you could have had about the original. Most notably, the screen has gone from a 4.3-inch qHD panel to a 4.7-inch HD one, all without any changes to the device's physical dimensions. The manufacturer has sacrificed some style in the name of functionality, but still managed to make an already premium-feeling device feel even more like a luxury item. Truth is, outside of battery life, specs aren't what matters here. Sure, NFC and a speedy dual-core processor are nice, but as we've said before, the RAZR line is all about the materials. This isn't about the 1GB of RAM or the 8-megapixel camera; it's about the sheath of Kevlar, the tough glass panel and the aluminum frame. The entire device is even protected with a water-repellent coating to safeguard your investment.
If you can get past the somewhat awkward, brick-like construction, you'll find the newest RAZRs are well worth your consideration. The only question that remains is, is it worth the cash? All told, the RAZR HD is more than capable of holding its own against the Galaxy S III and iPhone 5 in a battle of the premium Verizon devices. And things will only get better when it gets upgraded to Android Jelly Bean later this year.
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With its rugged build, outstanding battery life and close adhesion to Android 4.x design standards, the Razr HD presents an impressive overall package that stands out from the pack and earns a well-deserved spot among the Android elite.Read the full review →
The only reason to get the RAZR HD over the MAXX is price. The differences in thickness and weight are imperceptible. You're buying either of these phone primarily for the juice, so it's worth ponying up the extra hundred for more. If you can't afford it, the RAZR HD still has great battery life...Read the full review →
The Motorola Droid RAZR HD gives users a fantastic display and fast performance in a slim and strong design, but the camera could be better.Read the full review →
The Motorola RAZR HD's big battery definitely lasts a little longer than many of its competitors, giving it a slight advantage. This is a well-built smartphone with some intuitive software but the RAZR HD's industrial look and feel won't strike a positive chord with everyone.Read the full review →
By uniting a high-quality display with speedy 4G LTE and all-day battery life, Motorola has made a very impressive smartphone.Read the full review →
Here we’re working with another winner ... we’ve got a fine example of an Android-running smartphone.Read the full review →
The Droid RAZR HD is a high quality phone, one that can stand against the iPhone 5 and Galaxy S III on Verizon’s network.Read the full review →
If you’ve got the money for it, the Motorola RAZR HD is a top-notch Android handset that with a strong build and solid battery life.Read the full review →
Ultimately, it's a very fine phone, but struggles to stand out amongst the competition.Read the full review →
On paper the Razr HD may not look all that tempting an option given its fairly modest spec. However, in the flesh it's an attractive looking phone that feels more robust than the likes of the Samsung S3. It's got surprisingly good performance for a dual core phone too, and excellent battery life.Read the full review →
... we really like the RAZR HD and feel it's a good value at is current price point.Read the full review →
I am reviewing the Rogers version of the RAZR HD LTE. The first thing I noticed on this phone was the speakers amazing loudness. But seriously, forget about the Galaxy S3 - this thing is competing with my alarm clock. The second thing I noticed on this phone was that the screen is amazingly...Read the full review →
got the phone yesterday, amazing call quality and it feels very sturdy. The screen is fantastic and everything looks crisp and clean. I wish they would of upgraded the camera but it is still decent. I can't wait for Jellybean!Read the full review →