At Motorola’s press conference in Berlin, we had the chance to sit down a bit with the new Motorola Razr. It is noticeable that the company committed to making mobile to a multimediahub where Moto Cast is at the center. Moto Cast is Motorola’s version of cloud services, which you can access your content on a PC or other device through WiFi or 3G.
We are impressed by how smoothly it seems to work to stream music, pictures and movies to your phone. With the push of a button, load also downloaded the files to your Razr, and the impression is good. Perhaps it is time to replace your Mediabox quite yet, but Motorola shows where they want to take the Razr and it is an interesting territory.
The first thing you think of when you get the Razr in the hand is obvious construction quality. It just makes solid and much more stable than its competitor Samsung Galaxy S2. Nothing bad about the phone, but if it’s outside that counts, you win Razr easily. The downside is, as mentioned made of Kevlar and gives a pretty good grip.
Size-wise ports Razr in the same area as the Galaxy S2 and at all sort of shape again. Slim unit punctured where the camera has been mounted, but there is nothing that disturbs. In a direct comparison is just a bit slimmer Razr, with its 7.1 millimeters, but there is no significant difference. “Impossible thin” Motorola said in its press release, which is perhaps to blow up something. Thin unit is obviously possible.
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