A while ago Motorola RAZR made its appearance on the market and we were all surprised by its thin design and powerful features. As we all know this device runs on Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread), so the promise of an update is exactly what we were looking for.
But don’t get too excited. Yes, we have that update for Motorola RAZR, but it isn’t the expected Ice Cream Sandwich version. It is more about a few simple changes including a better battery life or a variety of new settings menu provided by this SPU15 software version. Are you disappointed? Well, we can advise you to focus your attention towards its other technical details, because Motorola RAZR is far from a joke.
We are talking about a powerful dual-core 1.2 GHz processor or the fact that it features a 4.30 inches Super AMOLED capacitive multi touch screen with a resolution of no less than 540 x 960 pixels. Motorola RAZR also packs an 8 megapixels camera with multiple image editing tools: Geo Tagging, enhance, effects, flip, resizing, or brightness; as for its 1780 mAh Li Ion battery is able to offer up to 600 minutes of talk time.