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Motorola Announces the DROID RAZR, New Lapdock 500 Pro, and the MotoActv

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Motorola's event was this morning and may have come at a bad time since we're expecting Samsung and Google to blow our minds away later tonight. They did announce a few products that you may be interested in though and the first one was the Motorola DROID RAZR which is above. This smartphone is packing a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD display, 16GB of storage, a microSD card slot (with another 16GB of storage pre-loaded), a dual-core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, an 8MP camera, a front-facing camera, LTE (4G), a Kevlar coating (with Splash Guard), and Android 2.3.

That's not all though, it doesn't have the RAZR name for nothing. Most of the smartphone measures in at just 7.1mm thin which makes it the thinnest one on the market. It gets fat around the top of the phone though, since they had to make room for the camera. Pre-orders for this one will start on October 27th and it'll cost you $299.99 on a 2-year contract when it's released in early November. The DROID RAZR will also be accompanied by the new Lapdock 500 Pro which was announced today. It sports a 14-inch display and it looks like it has taken design cues from the MacBook Pro.

Update: Mobile Syrup has just mentioned that Rogers will be releasing this one in November. The price is unknown for Canadians right now but you'll, obviously, be stuck on a 3-year contract.

Update: Looks like Android Central has just mentioned that Rogers will exclusively carry this smartphone in Canada and it'll cost $149.99 on a 3-year contract which isn't bad at all.

To combat the iPod Nano, Motorola has also announced the MotoActv which you can wear on your wrist. This device is set to be for Fitness people - if you couldn't figure it out from the name - and it features an integrated GPS, an FM radio, WiFi, and a heart rate monitor. This device will be available on November 6th for $249 (8GB) and $299 (16GB) which seems expensive to me.

Motorola DROID RAZR: This Is My Next
Motorola Lapdock500 Pro: This Is My Next
Motorola MotoActv: This Is My Next


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