DROID RAZR HD by Verizon Wireless is billed as the most compact 4.7-inch smart phone. The new handheld features Corning Gorilla Glass and DuPont KEVLAR panels. To protect against spills and splashes, a protective nano-coating protects its exterior.
Standard equipment includes an 8-megapixel camera and an HD display that makes movies, photos, magazines and websites look great. The device is also near-field communications (NFC)-enabled, so you can use Android Beam to share contacts and maps directly to compatible phones.
The handheld's Circles Widget user interface makes it easy to view battery life, text notifications, missed calls or weather updates, right on the home screen.
DROID RAZR MAXX HD has the same features as the DROID RAZR HD but includes a battery that allows for up to 32 hours of normal use and double the internal storage to 32 GB. Both new DROID RAZRs run over super-fast Verizon 4G LTE network.
When purchased with a new two-year contract, the DROID RAZR HD sells for $199.99. The DROID RAZR MAXX HD sells for $299.99.
The DROID RAZR HD by Motorola is available in either black or white and has 16 GB internal storage. The DROID RAZR MAXX HD is available in black and has 32 GB internal storage. For more information, visit VerizonWireless.com.
When my Fox 8 tech segment falls on Halloween, there's no better time to feature the latest 'Trick or Techy' items from ThinkGeek.com:
Mega Stomp Panic is a clip-on, motion-powered clip-on sound effects generator -- or what ThinkGeek calls an "Audio Reality Experience." The device provides nine selectable motion-powered sound effects banks and is powered by 4 AAA batteries (not included), $39.95