Motorola Razr to hit UAE shores

New smartphone will retail for AED 2,599, phone is 7.1mm thick, runs on Android

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Motorola Razr to hit UAE shores Motorola's new Razr smartphone will be available in the UAE on 11th November. The phone is 7.1mm thick and runs on Google Android OS.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  November 9, 2011

The new Motorola Razr will be available for purchase in stores on 11th November from AED 2,599.

"The new Motorola Razr meets a pressing consumer need in the Middle East for smartphones that are ever thinner, smarter and faster," said Raed Hafez, general manager for Motorola Mobility, Middle East and Africa. "We have pulled out all of the design stops to create a new icon that not only honors the original Motorola legacy, but emphatically adds to it. The Middle East is at the vanguard of design where fashionable customers itch to stay ahead of the latest trends and the new Motorola Razr is a case of perfect smartphone, perfect place, perfect time."

The Razr smartphone is 7.1 mm thick, with sculpted glass and diamond spun cut aluminum accents. The body also features Sports Kevlar fiber and Corning Gorilla Glass to help the screen stand up to scratches and scrapes

The Motorola Razr also features a splash-guard nano-coating, designed to protect the smartphone against spills.

The phone comes pre-loaded with the Motorola MotoCast app, designed to provide the power to stream or download content from a home or work computer straight to the device.

It also features a 4.3-inch Super Amoled advanced display, a front-facing 720p HD video camera and 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with 1080p HD video capture.

The Razr has 1GB of RAM which hooks up with a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and Android 2.3.5.

Government-grade encryption is designed to protect email, contacts and calendar in order to business ready

The phone also features Smart Actions, a preloaded app that is designed to allow users to automate everyday tasks and enable better battery life.

Smart Actions can turn down the ringer when users get to work, change the Bluetooth and GPS settings when users get home to save battery, or send a text to someone if a user misses a call.

2205 days ago
jon

i think that its an amazing new concept of the super charged car,,, but in a phone format ))
A must in be phone in your back pocket.. Best of luck

2206 days ago
Vinod Mehra Edited by ITP.net

Coming 12 - 18 months are crucial to the emergence of smartphone leadership and we will witness drops and crashes in the market shares. This period will also decide the consumer intent and or loyalty.

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