Motorola has taken the wraps off its latest smartphone at a press event over in the US, unveiling the "impossibly thin" Droid Razr with a 4.3-inch display.
Impossibly thin, according to Motorola, is 7.1mm, and the company is touting the Droid Razr as "the world's thinnest smartphone", at least until the next one comes along.
The 4.3-inch screen is a Super AMOLED qHD Gorilla Glass affair (presumably from Samsung), and comes housed in a chassis with a stainless steel core and woven Kevlar fibre on the back.
The innards offer a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, complete with 1GB of RAM, and a 1800 mAh battery from which Moto promises 12.5 hours of talk time and near-enough 9 hours of video layback.
The camera, meanwhile, offers an 8MP sensor as well as being able to shoot 1080p video.
Despite all this, Motorola reckons the Droid Razr is "one of the lightest smartphones available today".
On the software side, the Droid Razr will run Android, although which version is yet to be specified; it'll be skinned with a range of handy bits and bobs, like Smart Actions which gives you a one-stop shop for turning off Bluetooth, GPS and other battery-hungry connections.
But Moto's most excited about MotoCast, a kind of DropBox for Motorola devices, which shares files to all your mobile devices via a PC client.
The Motorola Droid Razr may well be confirmed for our US brethren, but we're expecting a name-change for this side of the Atlantic – Motorola Spyder or Motorola Razr have been mooted, but we'll find out for sure tomorrow, when we'll also bring you a hands on review with the new device.