Motorola Razr HD that is slated to arrive in the US through Verizon Wireless, has taken a flight to Brazil. It also happens to be the first 4G smartphone to have been released in the country.
This successor to the Razr, not only offers a high definition 4.7-inch capacitive multi touch display, but also a long battery life, thanks to its Smart Actions function. It is enclosed in a sleek form factor reinforced by DuPont Kevlar fiber and features a Corning Gorilla Glass coating over the touchscreen to withstand scrapes and scratches. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich platform tags along features like NFC and Android Beam, while ensuring access to the Google Play store.
“Building on our legacy of innovation, the Motorola Razr HD is the first 4G ready smartphone in Brazil to be manufactured locally. Combining sharp design with exceptional battery performance, Motorola Razr HD enables consumers to always be connected. Initial tests of Razr HD on Claro’s 4G network, the first carrier to test 4G technology in Brazil, yielded incredibly high data speeds and performance unlike anything that has ever been seen before in this country. We are looking forward to the day when consumers can experience it first-hand,” stated Sergio Buniac, vice president and general manager, Motorola Mobility Brazil.
And what’s more, the handset has been pre loaded with the Google Chrome browser which can be synced with its desktop version. An 8MP primary camera lays claim on the back side of the phone and possesses the ability to record videos in addition to the HDR feature that intuitively edits pictures. Additionally, its Google Maps for Android application offers turn-by-turn voice guidance with a little assistance from the built-in GPS.
The 4G Motorola Razr HD price and release date have not been mentioned as yet, but it is expected to be made available in Brazil in the fourth quarter of 2012.
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