The most successful Motorola mobile phone returns, as the company announces an Android-powered take on the ultra-thin Razr series-- the Droid Razr, bearing the tagline claiming it is "TOO POWERFUL TO FALL IN THE WRONG HANDS."
Motorola says the Droid Razr is the thinnest 4G LTE smartphone around, with a 7.1mm-thick body and a 4.3" Super AMOLED 960x540 touchscreen. Inside is a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8MP rear-facing camera capturing video at 1080p resolution.
Construction is in Kevlar fibre and Gorilla Glass, while a mysterious "force shield of water-repellent nanoparticles" supposedly protects the device from water-based attacks.
It runs Android 2.3.5, with an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich more than likely (Google owns Motorola, after all) and is also compatible with Atrix-designed peripherals-- complete with the Linux-based Webtop app.