September 9, 2012- Amidst fears that Google and Motorola’s union would make the latter’s phones simply resemble another Nexus device, the Droids are set to be improved versions of all the good Google has to offer.
Motorola announced the release of the Droid Razr HD, Droid Razr Maxx HD and the Droid Razr M with improvements described as everything the previous versions had to offer plus some more.
Both the Droid Razr HD and the Droid Razr Maxx HD resemble the first Droid Razr released last year in many way, and for most, this is a good thing as the design of the phones left customers happy. The new versions do however provide a bigger screen, at 4.7 inch and with the added resolution and screen, it still retains its low weight; this is despite the Maxx’s main benefit of having less than a millimeter in depth due to its longer battery life. The functions of the device have also been described as being very responsive and easy to use with the crisp colors of the screen simply adding to the overall user experience.
The device also comes with additions to the Android base that makes the phone interface easier to use. For example, whereas the MotoBlur function has been dropped, features such as Quick Settings that give users access to a collection of on and off toggles used commonly by most acquainted with smart phones. Additional widgets have also been added tailor made to the Motorola phones such as those that display weather and time, and those that will help those who need it in becoming accustomed to their new Droid.
No release date has yet been released on the new products.