The once-popular Motorola Razr will return as a Droid smartphone.
The 0.27-inch-thick Droid Razr has a dual-core 1.2-gigahertz (GHz) processor and runs on Google’s Android 2.3.5 (which also is known as “Gingerbread”) operating system.
The Droid Razr will feature the MotoCast application, which lets a user access media content wirelessly from a home computer and streams it on the Droid Razr.
Droid Razr users could automate and customize their phone’s settings by using the Smart Actions application. The app will send an automated instant text message if a user misses a call or automatically will lower the phone’s ringtone if the user is at work.
The Droid Razr will be available at Verizon stores in November and will cost $300.