Motorola Droid RAZR Specs Said to be Faster Than the iPhone 4S

Motorola Droid RAZR Specs Said to be Faster Than the iPhone 4S

A source of BGR has confirmed a few specs of a certain Droid device that Motorola and Verizon are rumored to be launching next Tuesday and they’re quite awesome. We’re still uncertain about the name but we do know that it will be one of the following names:

  • Droid HD
  • Droid RAZR
  • Droid Spyder

We have seen signs of Motorola possibly reviving the RAZR brand which makes the name Droid RAZR a very plausible option. Enough with the naming stuff, you can check out the specs and a teaser after the break.

So here are the confirmed specs:

  • Thinner and “faster than the iPhone 4S” according to BGR’s source (I guess being faster than an iPhone 4S is now a spec)
  • 1GB of RAM — double the iPhone 4 and 4S
  • 1.2GHz dual-core processor
  • 4G LTE (thinnest LTE phone to date)
  • 4.3-inch display

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFlZ4DWAxdA[/youtube]

Source: BGR

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9 Comments

  1. bobomb
    October 15, 08:54 Reply

    And if they aren’t, something else will be in a SHORT time.

  2. Anonymous
    October 15, 16:29 Reply

    I like that phones are getting more advanced and higher specs. But i really am more interested in ICS and what it will do. Hopefully take more advantage of the os and make it more polished.

  3. Anonymous
    October 15, 16:36 Reply

    Look at how iphones and windows phones run now. Besides the new iphone 4S, they run fast and smooth. Why does android need phones with twice the specs can’t they optimize the os to make it take advantage of the new specs to really put android way ahead of the game.

    • Anonymous
      October 17, 15:12 Reply

      Point well taken. Its tough to compare Android OS performance when carriers, manufacturers, and dev ROMs change its original behavior. Kudo to Apple for fighting off the bloatware from its carriers… 

  4. Gary Graf
    October 15, 17:10 Reply

    More importantly when will it updated to ICS?

  5. Jason
    October 15, 23:24 Reply

    I will believe it when I see it, this reminds me way to much as a marketing ploy.

  6. Christina
    October 17, 05:10 Reply

    If this is true, that does make iPhone 5 has to be released as soon as possible.

  7. Anonymous
    October 17, 11:47 Reply

    I wonder if the Motorola phones will have blur or will be pure ice cream sandwich.

  8. motorola droid
    December 28, 03:53 Reply

    Definitely Razr has much better graphics performance than iPhone 4S

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