Impossibly compact and packed full of power, the new Motorola DROID RAZR M from Verizon Wireless delivers high-end features at a remarkably affordable price. The DROID RAZR M has the same 4.3-inch display size as its DROID RAZR predecessor, yet the DROID RAZR M has a slimmed down body that fits even more comfortably in the palm of your hand thanks to the edge-to-edge deployment of the Super AMOLED Advanced display.
It’s powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor that The Verge has identified as being the Snapdragon S4:
As we have seen with prior devices, the S4 gives the RAZR M snappy and responsive performance, and it never really feels weighed down or slow.
The 4G LTE-enabled DROID RAZR M is also the first device to come preloaded with the Google Chrome for Android mobile Web browser, giving you the Web browsing power of your home computer in the palm of your hand. Additionally, the Google Chrome mobile browser “talks” with your desktop’s version of Chrome, so you can sync bookmarks and see the same browser tabs you have open at home.
It also includes Motorola’s innovative SMARTACTIONS, which enable you to set rules to help conserve battery power and extend the DROID RAZR M’s already long battery life (up to 20 hours of mixed usage). For example, you can set a rule so that when your phone is sitting idle, your settings will automatically adjust to conserve power.