iPhoners, you’re about to get a run for your money. New pictures of the impossibly thin Droid RAZR have surfaced, just in time to compete with Apple’s iPhone 4S. There was all this hub-bub about releasing pictures slowly via a teaser site (which I, for some reason, can’t find), but somehow this one leaked and found its way onto Droid-Life. Whoops.
But regardless of Motorola’s failed plan to garner attention to their teaser site, the specs on this bad boy are pretty intense: it operates on a dual-core 1GHz processor with 1GB of RAM (twice as much as the iPhone 4S, RAM that is). The 4.5 inch screen completely dwarfs its competitors 3.5 inches – which means less squinting when you’re trying to watch Netflix…and probably a much shorter battery life, unfortunately. The camera shoots 1080p, which is always awesome – and it even has a Kevlar back so you can drop it and it’ll stay mostly intact. Hopefully.
As a massive bonus, it’s operating on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. The only downside? It doesn’t flip and make you look ballin’ like its namesake. I guess that’s a small price to pay for 10 years of technological advancements. I might just have to drop the $300 to retire my quickly outdated Samsung Galaxy S and pick up this beast when it comes out in early November (rumored).