Months ago, sources of ours told us that Verizon had plans to launch a device called the Motorola Luge, which was nothing but a rebranded DROID RAZR M aimed at their prepaid service. Today, that phone has arrived.
When I say that this is a rebranded DROID RAZR M, I’m not kidding. This is the RAZR M, only with a new name. Verizon and Motorola didn’t even remove the kevlar backing, they just changed the name. Also, their support pages list both devices, since they are, well, the same thing.
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RAZR M Luge sports a 4.3-inch qHD display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera, 2,000mAh battery, 8GB storage, micro SD slot, Android 4.4.2, and can connect to Big Red’s LTE network. Also, this is the RAZR M from two years ago, when Verizon introduced the RAZR HD. This is a two-year old phone that was mid-range when it first became available.
You can grab the Luge for $299 at full retail or $199 with prepaid service.