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DROID RAZR Specs “Confirmed” for the Umpteenth Time

Quick hitter here, since it’s nothing new, but does give us the 8th, 9th or 10th confirmation on specs for the DROID RAZR. The latest report has the device with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 4.3″ display, 1GB of RAM, 4G LTE and is thinner and faster than the iPhone 4S. Of course the source is going to say that, they likely work for Motorola. The thin part though, we like to hear, but aren’t surprised by after seeing a ton of photos of it now. Like I said, this new report is nothing new that we haven’t heard a dozen times by now.

And here are the other specs that we have compiled from previous reports:

  • 1.2GHz dual-core processor (could be the OMAP that is in the Galaxy Nexus)
  • 1GB of RAM
  • 4.3″ qHD Super AMOLED screen (different PenTile)
  • 4G LTE
  • Incredibly thin (possibly the thinnest phone on the market)
  • 8MP rear camera (possibly newer than what the Bionic has – meaning it actually works)
  • “HD” front camera
  • Gorilla Glass screen
  • Kevlar build materials
  • Side lock switch
  • Android 2.3.5
  • New Blue Blur

We will know for sure on Tuesday in New York, but from what we are hearing, this should be Moto’s finest effort yet. Is it enough to compete with the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich? That battle may come down to battery life and a bootloader.

Via:  BGR

  • Jj

    is this for verizon

  • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

    That same old crappy 8mp camera they have used since the X? No thanks.

  • Bear0013

    Seriously thisjust is way to soon for moto! ..they should have just scraped the bionic it was pointless ..its life was what a month and a half id be pretty upset with this if I bought that bionic..and they had the nerve to charge 300 bucks on contract ..WOW………..this one sounds nice though

    • Anonymous

      I’m still sporting my Bionic and it works flawlessly. I love it. It can multi-task like crazy and not even a hiccup, or lag. Razor looks great but other than the overclocked 4430 OMAP nothing new

    • Anonymous

      I am a little peved about it.  I just picked up the Bionic after the OG about a week and a half ago.  It is a pretty good phone and a needed upgrade, but just not that thrilled that a newer one is coming out already.  I can live with the Bionic if this doesn’t come out until like Dec because the OG was dying, but if it comes out in like a week or 2, I am not going to be too happy.  Might see what I could do with it then, but really the Bionic is a good phone all things considered, just not the best screen tech.  Kevlar in a phone would be pretty cool though!! O.o

  • Bionic

    This will be another great phone from motorola.  Kevlar and steel construction?  Yes please.  Seems that these days motorola is the only one still using metal.  

    Gotta love moto

    • Alexander Garcia

      I was playin’ with my 13 month old son one day and he grabbed my Droid X2 and chucked it at me… and it f..kin’ hurt like hell. The Droid Tank… I mean, X2 already had at least 10 unfortunate incidents with concrete and asphalt (yes I have buttery fingers, so sue me) and this gem still hums like a charm.  :-)

    • Anonymous

      Htc are following moto. The htc amaze has a great build quality. Moto makes the great build quality and the devices are not heavy unlike iphone, Thunderbolt and the amaze.

  • Erie215

    hey i’m trying to sell my android snowman and figured i should try here :) http://www.ebay.com/itm/160661811043?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649#ht_500wt_1287

  • Anonymous

    Uh…since when does Moto use SAMOLED?

    • Bionic

      since now.  This is the first phone in a long time for them to use anything but pentile

      • Anonymous

        How odd.  I wonder if it’s a Samsung panel or LG, because I’ve never heard of any other phones using a qHD SAMOLED.

        • Bionic

          Motorola is more than capable of building its own. One reason the Bionic was delayed is cuz motorola decided to build its own LTE chip.

          • Anonymous

            I’m not sure that they do build their own screens, I’d imagine they would do it like everyone else and get LG or Samsung to manufacture the screen and then put the phone together elsewhere.

        • Anonymous

          because numerous reports have said that this is the first phone to do so

  • Anonymous

    I can’t wait for people to start selling their Bionics on swappa and ebay for like $300 when these new line of phones come out. I am going to snag a Bionic when this happens.

    • Dave

      That’s what I’ll be doing when the Nexus is released.;-)
      Edit: Meaning I’m going to sell my Bionic on ebay.

      • Anonymous

        How do you like the Bionic. Are there any major issues that bug you besides the screen? I’ll prolly scoop one up sooner or later if there aren’t many issues.

        • Bionic

          Seriously, the screen is fine.  You have to hold the phone up to your face to see the “dots”.  

          • Anonymous

            Hows battery life? I tried one out at store it was a lot better than I thought. I may have to scoop one out when the used ones drop in price. My GF might get a new one on discount.

          • Bionic

            My battery is awesome.  After 8hours at work with mild use i walk out the door with 70% battery remaining.  I froze the bloat apps and that helps also with battery life.  

          • Anonymous

            Cool thanks. I’ll have to hit up swappa or ebay in a couple weeks.

          • Bionic

            Why dont you buy one on Amazon? I think it was a penny yesterday

          • Anonymous

            Well I already renewed my 2 year contract with Verizon back in July when I got the Inc2, which is an awesome phone. But I am tempted by some of the features on the Bionic and 4g now.

          • Bionic

            inc2 has nothing compared to Bionic. Trust me dude I LOVE this phone. Its future proof. Its the only phone on the current market with DDR2 RAM. Its simply FAST in everything it does.

          • Anonymous

            I heard the Droid 3 has ddr2 ram. I told a sheep that the bionic is the only device with that feature.

          • Bionic

            Ok so there are 2 phones with it, both motorola

          • Dave

            Well couldn’t you sell your Inc2 and use that to offset whatever full price the Razr will be? That’s unless the Inc2 isn’t selling well on eBay…

          • http://twitter.com/humancyborg Human Cyborg

            It’s bad. I had one for about a week and (compared to my iPhone 4) it was unusable. If I did any LTE browsing/data I was down to 20% and the battery warning within about 5 hours.

          • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

            No, you don’t. I spent time with it and could see the gunny sack cross hatched effect from 3 feet away. Accept it, it’s horrible.

          • Bionic

            I dont have to accept anything. I have perfect vision and can i see the egg shell effect sometimes? Yes. But you blow it way out proportion. The screen is perfectly adequate. Yes there is better screens out there.

        • Dave

          Honestly, I think it’s a great device. Voice quality is excellent, fast in everything it does, and blur is surprisingly smooth. However I use ADW Launcher so I don’t really interact with blur elements.

          Major issues…hissing noise through headphone audio. As someone who uses their phone to listen to music all the time, it bothers me quite a bit. Also LTE sucks up battery quick (4-6 hours max) when I was running stock software. Now I’m root and removed all the bloatware, battery life has been better as a result (about 10% every hour with moderate usage). The battery is awesome on 3G only though.

          If you don’t mind the bulk, then I highly recommend the extended battery to get most out of your day.

    • Bionic

      I have a bionic and im not interested in selling.  yes the RAZR looks awesome but im more than happy with my bionic

      • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

        And the crappy Pentile screen it rode in on.

    • Sinofue

      They’ll be lucky to get $150 if they wait much longer.

  • Dave

    This actually looks like a very nice phone, dwarfs the Bionic in all around quality (probably).

    Combined with the RAZR name and this one might be a hit for Verizon/Moto commercially. I get the feeling they are going to put the full weight of their marketing behind it. I’m not sure the Nexus will matter so much to the general public but it’s going to be hard to pass up for us geeks.

    Tuesday is going to be a very exciting day!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ERGFEP4UFWHHWDEHTUWLMSJHO4 Mike

    HD front camera… might really make this work video chatting.  Now if companies would learn something and include a front side flash too.

  • joel rizo

    It’s just going to be another ugly looking Moto phone, they can’t make a good looking phone. Does it have a huge ugly hump in the back to? 

    Big back sides are only good on women.

    • Anonymous

      while I agree the camera hump on my Droid X isn’t going to win it any beauty pagents,  but when holding the phone in landscape it actually acts as a great grip/resting spot for your index finger, sort of wish both ends had it.

  • Anonymous

    Locked bootloader sucks big time, but its not as big of a deal as people think. These phones with locked bootloaders can still be rooted, rommed, themed and debloated within certain limitations. 

    • Bionic

      Yup, besides they will be unlocked eventually

  • http://twitter.com/humancyborg Human Cyborg

    Phone looks great, but (for me at least) there is no point in buying any of these devices that have a Blur/Sense/anything else skin. Not only do they offer (IMO) an inferior experience, but they also hinder the timely release of updates.

    Bring on the Nexus, or will be forced to buy an iPhone 4S.

    • EC8CH

      Don’t cry Locutus… the Nexus is coming.

      • http://twitter.com/humancyborg Human Cyborg

        I am trying not to cry, but Tuesday is awfully far away.

        • EC8CH

          but it will be GLORIOUS!

  • http://profiles.google.com/adamtruelove Adam Truelove

    No ICS + Blur + ugly styling + no HD screen = no sale.

  • Anonymous

    I’m Nexus all the way.  However if it has an unlocked bootloader that would be the only thing to actually make it a decision.  I want roms out the gate, not wait months for CM7/others like I did with the DX.

  • http://twitter.com/PainProphet TeHJones

    “Is it enough to compete with the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich?”

    NOPE!

    Also, Blue Blur or Vanilla OS, bahahahaha, decision is easy… CMON’ MAN!

  • Anonymous

    HOW THIN?

    • Bionic

      Thinner than your dick

  • Allen

    What are the other dimensions? Thin isn’t as important anymore with how thin all these phones are now. Of course that 4.3″ screen isn’t a good sign. 

    • Landon

      Looking at the pics, it’s probably bigger than the Thunderbolt. Ya, I’m more concerned about height and width than thinness. The phones now are thin enough.

      • KelvarDroid

        This is my next phone- unfortunately, coming from the OG Droid, I can’t imagine carrying around the Galaxy Nexus at a full length on almost 5 1/2 inches (what happened to the non-existent bezel??)
        Since this phone is also running the latest OMAP processor, there is a good chance it will get ICS as well. Not to mention the Kevlar coating will make sure this beast lasts 2 years.  Sorry Samsung, but if you would have brought the white SGSII to Verzion, you would have had my $.
        http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh170/TheBuxtaHuda/AndroidDoes/white-samsung-galaxy-s2-android-phone-vodafone.jpg

    • Anonymous

      Thin is not important when the device has a cheap plastic build quality. Iphone and DroidX2 are thin, but look at the build quality of those devices :)

    • Lazard

      The physical dimensions of a phone are starting to be the first thing I look for before the other specs because of all these brick 4.3″ phones coming out.

  • Anonymous

    Hopefully its camera won’t suck, unlike all other motos.

  • J Dub

    There is no comparing this with the Galaxy Nexus. The Galaxy Nexus is a phone built for Ice Cream Sandwich. This will be running an old version of Android AND have a skin AND probably be locked down. Motorola said they would open up their devices, but here we are pretty much heading into November and there is no evidence to show they plan on doing that. Not to mention that next year, with the release of Jelly Bean, guess which phones are going to get it first? Nexus.

    • Me

      Google owns motorola now they will get updates like a nexus moto has always got fast update

  • Tabe

    Kellex: Any word on these upcoming phones (Razr, GalNex) having newer, smaller LTE chips? Existing LTE phones are a little on the thick side, but now it seems that these upcoming phones are getting back to thin…

    • Anonymous

      See I thought that as well, but apparently on the Android Central forums people have been saying that the 2nd generation LTE chips won’t be out until the Q1 2012, so I don’t know…  I figured they’d have to have something new though since the LTE GSII is so thin and now the Nexus and the Razr are going to be so thin.

  • Anonymous

    “New Blue Blur”

    PASS. nexus prime me

  • Guest

    No ICS, no dice.

  • Anonymous

    Wait… what…. the screen is pentile? Sorry Moto but you just lost my interest.

  • Anonymous

    This will be better than the Galaxy Nexus (or what Verizon will call it, the Charge 2)

    • LiterofCola

      nahh

      • Anonymous

        Everyone has high hopes for this new Samsung device, but has anyone ever owned an Android Samsung device? I have and they have broken GPSs and bad Radios.

        • Anonymous

          not to mention when they get updates, the fix one problem and create another

  • Jamisonharvey

    I don’t understand why they ever released the Bionic then. They are virtually identical in specs and the few minute differences appear better on this device in every way.

    • Dave

      My understanding is that Verizon had a contractual obligation to release the Bionic. They are apparently more excited about the RAZR (hence the press conference Tuesday).

  • Anonymous

    and that last thing ICS!! and google updates first and not having to wait for the famed moto team to push out updates full of bugs. other than that pretty even.

  • Anonymous

    Hmmm…this looks pretty tempting…

  • Anonymous

    Between the Rezound, Droid Razr and Google Nexus, we have three great upcoming choices.  I am buying the best one, can’t wait!  Unlocked bootloader – a must!  Battery life – want better than the Thunderbolt.  I would love to try a Motorola product, but BL must be unlocked.  Ice Cream Sandwich – want, but a promised guarantee will suffice. I would think the Razr would get ICS since Google now owns.

  • Anonymous

    MAke it vanilla Android with an unlocked bootloader and you just became relevant again, Moto.

  • Anonymous

    Nice Moto device BUT!!!! Blur hogging up the memory and Verizon adding on all of their crap VZW Apps and sucking up memory, VS The Galaxy Nexus with ICS, Pure Google Experience and finally the days of the OG Droid coming back 

    HMMMMMM Let me think about this, hold on, wait, wait, really processing the old noodle and spinning the hampster.  Ok Nexus it is :P 

    • Anonymous

      All that bloatware slowed down your thinking huh? :]

      • Anonymous

        lol, Just thinking about owning a device with Moto Blur, will have you moving in slow motion

        • Anonymous

          That was the reason for my post.

    • Anonymous

      Ignorance is bliss huh?

  • SugaShane

    If you forget about the nexus for a second (I know, it’s hard to do,) this is actually a pretty intriguing phone. 

    • Anonymous

      It most definitely is. And I seriously would not doubt it if the RAZR tops the Nexus in battery life by a lot…like by a couple of hours. But…ICS and unlocked on Verizon. Tough to top that.

      • Anonymous

        Too bad the Nexus lacks an micro SD slot.

        • Anonymous

          At least we know that hardware usually works on Motorola phones and that they get updates, despite buggy software and locked bootloader. I would probably take this over G Nex.

          • http://twitter.com/WaltPartlo Walter Partlo

            If you are waiting for OEM updates on an “unlocked” phone like the Nexus, you are doing it wrong. 

            I am all over the Nexus because it will have good developer support, and will be widely supported for quite a while.

        • GotSka81

          IIRC there hasn’t been confirmation either way if the GN has an SD slot?

      • Anonymous

        If ICS integrates hardware acceleration well then there is really no contest

      • Anonymous

        I agree Kellex, this may bring back those customers that owned the OG Razr back in the day and Moto did a good job with the build quality once again by the looks of it. I just wonder why Moto didn’t jump on the opportunity build a Nexus device???  Maybe in the future since Google now owns them that will happen to bring together great hardware and Google expeerince.  We’ll see :). 

      • Trooper

        So true.  /me loves Moto’s phones, Nexus phone vs. a new Moto Droid, its a no brainer. Nexus wins!

        Fatality! Scorpion wins!

  • http://twitter.com/Drweird13 Brian

    Why does everyone want a thinner/lighter phone?  I like my phones like I like my women; able to feel something when I grab them.

    • EC8CH

      I read that, and I think you like trannys :-P

      • Anonymous

        Hah!

        • Anonymous

          OHHHHHHHHH, OOUUUCCCHHH kellex LMAO!!!!!

      • Anonymous

        Daaaammmmnnnnn!!!!!!! LMAO!!!  He might grab on to something that is bigger than his own, and no escape LMAO!!!

      • http://twitter.com/Drweird13 Brian

        What’s your phone number? ;-)

        • Anonymous

          Droid life Love :P

      • Anonymous

        Lady Gaga?

    • Mctypething

      u like fat chicks bro?

      • Anonymous

        “Fat chicks need love too.” -Quagmire

        • Anonymous

          Gigigiggi

          • Anonymous

            This is my dream girl lol. Thats me on the right.

          • Barbacoa

            This should be flagged no one wants that train wreak 

          • Anonymous

            Lol. I know right! What was Tom Arnold thinking.

        • Anonymous

          “…they just have to pay” 

        • Anonymous

          Nope they do not. They need to stay home with their fathers lol.

      • LiterofCola

        LOL, I just spit out my coffee

      • Anonymous

        More cushin’ for the button pushin’!

      • Mike Ampaabeng

        Hahaha the bigger the better? ehh…

    • LiterofCola

      If thats the case, I like my phones like I like my women, small, thin and nice to look at

    • Mack

      “fat bottom girls, you make the rockin’ world go round” – Queen

  • Nyce2beme

    you Nexus bro?

    • Anonymous

      Is it lead by Wade Barrett or CM Punk?

  • Guest

    So when you sign the contract for this does it include a clause saying you can press charges if you don’t get ICS in a reasonable time frame?

    • Anonymous

      To be fair, Moto updates their phones faster than anyone. Their entire lineup is on Gingerbread, someone HTC and Samsung cannot say.

      • EC8CH

        tru story :-)

      • Grammar Nazi

        something*

  • Peter

    Ooooo New Blue Blur? No one will buy this phone.

    • Anonymous

      If people bought the bionic, they will buy this phone.

      • Anonymous

        The irony is most people who actually bought a bionic will not likely buy this phone. Talk about cannabalizing your own sales by releasing two flagship devices from one company with similar specs just a few months apart. 

        • Anonymous

          I didn’t mean the same people. Just meant that if someone had thought about buying the bionic they would also think to buy this phone. If that makes any sense.

  • Anonymous

    I’m just glad I have this and the Rezound to fall back on if the Samsung announcement turns out to be a bust.

  • Nyce2beme

    wack

  • John

    Unlocked bootloader? (please!)

  • Dominick DeVito

    Kevlar huh?

    Okay, who’s going to be the first person to shoot it?  :-)

    • Anonymous

      No way; I’m putting it on my Civic’s 2′ wing.

      • EC8CH

        Yo… nice wing bra

  • Dominick DeVito

    Why would anyone want a new phone with a qHD screen and Gingerbread when a phone with an HD screen and Ice Cream Sandwich is on the way?

    Moto Fail.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Forte/542650247 Michael Forte

      Because it will likely be better on battery and have superior radios? Along with top notch build quality that Moto puts in their products. I’m sorry but I am just not a fan of Samsung and their plastic phones and crappy radios. Is an HD screen really necessary on a 4-5″ screen anyways? 

      • TheAndroid1

        If you don’t do 720p, then a 4.3″+ phone won’t be “retina.”

        Yes, it matters.  You wan’t to get your screens to the point where your eyes can’t differentiate the pixels.

        • Anonymous

          They can’t and no, it doesn’t matter.

          • TheAndroid1

            Stop trolling.  It DOES matter when you get to bigger screens.  Nobody wants to see the individual pixels.

          • Anonymous

            Nope, the difference isn’t noticeable on sub 5″ screens, get it through your thick f*cking skull.

            You can throw troll around all you want, doesn’t change the facts.

          • TheAndroid1

            300 ppi at 10-12 inches is the point at which the human eye can’t differentiate the pixels. Plug the values into any ppi calculator and you will get the answer.

            I would love for you to prove me wrong besides just saying it isn’t noticeable. Plus, if it isn’t noticeable, why don’t we just stick with 320×480 on our 4.3″ phones.

          • Anonymous

            Have you calculated the PPI of your computer monitor or HDTV? They’re far less than 300 PPI. My 1680×1050 20″ monitor has a PPI of 99 yet looks amazing (with an IPS panel). There is a point at which you reach diminishing returns and I’m here to tell you that over about 250 PPI is unnoticeable, anyone who claims otherwise is only fooling themselves, usually out of reinforcement to justify their purchases. Everything else is nonsense.

            320×480 on a 4.3″ screen is 134 PPI, it’s not terrible but it’s also under 250 PPI so there is a noticeable difference between a 4.3″ screen with a 320×480 and a 960×540 resolution. There is no noticeable difference between 960×540 and 1280×720 on a 4.3″ screen (assuming both are RGB stripe instead of pentile as pentile decreases the number of subpixels in a non uniform pattern which is noticeable).

          • TheAndroid1

            First, you need to realize that ppi is not the only part that matters. It also depends on how far away you hold the screen from your face, which is why a 1680×1050 monitor will look so good. But when I am holding a phone about a foot away from my face, I am personally able to see individual pixels.

            But getting away from the ppi and distance formula, you also need to look at the significance of that resolution. It is the hd resolution that you will most likely be recording in, meaning that the display is capable of displaying every single pixel you record, making your videos look better.

            So while I would agree that there are diminishing returns and that the transition from Qhd to 720p is not that big of a leap, I think that it will be significant as we trend towards phones with larger screens.

            (And by the way, 134 ppi on a phone would look horrible by today’s standards)

      • Dominick DeVito

        All batteries on LTE suck so that’s a moot point.

        It’s hard to compare a Moto phone with an older OS and a crappy UI to a Nexus phone.

      • Anonymous

        Sounds like a really good phone! The only thing stopping it from being great would be the encrypted bootloader.  To date we have not received any notice that Motorola has changed their view on this subject. Until then… sadly it looks like another Moto phone that I’ll have to pass on.

        If they didn’t encrypt the bootloader I would really have to give this some serious thought as to which phone to get. I might actually get the Razr.

      • Bryan MacKenzie

        yes it is reallyis. maybe 720p would be good enough but watching tv/movies side by side with hd and qhd is a huge difference.

        • Madcow06

          I would rather have the 720p tv, but lets be real. I watch tv on my tv 99.9% of the time.

          • Madcow06

            720p phone*

        • Anonymous

          Really?  How do you know since a phone with a 720p resolution isn’t out yet?  Maybe you’re just assuming and have no actual clue; yeah I’ll go with that.

      • Anonymous

        That’s why i keep telling these sheeps, but they are still hurt because moto has not opened the bootloader. Moto is the best period.

    • Anonymous

      because you can put a cavalier engine in a corvette but that doesnt make it a nice car

    • Anonymous

      Why would anyone want a new phone with an HD screen and Ice Cream Sandwich when a new phone with a 1080p HD screen and Jelly Bean is on the way?

      Samsung fail.

      • Anonymous

        Lol that was a good one :)

    • Anonymous

      Battery life :) htc displays are not hd and it looks great.

    • Anonymous

      You are a failure.

  • http://www.vinsonimages.com Jason Vinson

    nexus all the way! no blur! ICS! still thin! will have way more dev love!

    • Anonymous

      It will also have weak radios and call quality :).

      • http://www.vinsonimages.com Jason Vinson

        prove it!

        • Anonymous

          You can compare them yourself. Go to sprint and compare the photon with gs2.

  • Benjamin Mackie

    If motorola is really doing away with the stupid pentile screen, I will consider this phone in comparison to the nexus

  • http://twitter.com/kirilv Kiril

    It’s the Nexus for me. I think I’ll love getting my updates from Google.

  • EC8CH

    Too bad this isn’t coming out with ICS so it could ditch the buttons for a bigger screen.  Otherwise looks like a great alternative to the G-Nex.

  • Anonymous

    Really the only thing this has going for it is the rumors of how thin it’s going to be.  However I think the Galaxy Nexus will be just as thin so I’m still going for it.

  • Roshan John

    I’ve had a chance to handle this phone. It absolutely will be the thinnest phone on the market (with the exception of the camera hump on top). 
    It resembles a Droid X2 except much thinner. 
    And the screen is incredibly bright. Battery life – as usual is a problem. I didn’t get to use it for hours, but the moto engineer (who was trialing it) said something like 5-6 hrs in LTE network. 

    • Anonymous

      Good to know.

    • Anonymous

      Thinner than the droid x lol. That is ridiculous thin :)

  • http://pharaohtechblog.blogspot.com/ Conan Kudo (ニール・ゴンパ)

    Super AMOLED screens are PenTile, Super AMOLED Plus screens are non-PenTile. So the qHD screen will still be a PenTile matrix screen.

    • Anonymous

      You are right. Changed to “different” PenTile. :P

    • DroidzFX

      SUper Pentile

      • Anonymous

        Super no thanks…

        =)

    • Anonymous

      Do not like.

  • Jak_341

    Locked bootloader? Check. Blur? Check.

    Galaxy Nexus, FTW.

  • Anonymous

    and I want this instead of the Bionic or Nexus, why?

    • Anonymous

      Not really sure…

  • FortitudineVincimus

    Galaxy Nexus thank you