The first smartphone to be released in the new Droid Razr M trio package of Motorola will open its innings with Google Chrome for Android system. Priced at $99.99 the gadget will be available to the public in stores, in a week’s time from now. Be sure to avail the opportunity and place an earlier online order via the Verizon website. The fresh-look Chrome for Android swaps the older Google version for better Android support.
Motorola’s New Chain of Releases
The mobile innovator Motorola will soon release the series of Droid Razr M, Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx devices. The first to hit the market is the Droid Razr M system that shapes up with the Chrome 18 browser. The Android version is numbered at 4.0 and is popularly known as the Ice cream Sandwich OS. The recent upgrade in mobile applications is a welcome relief for users with demands of greater productivity and performance.
Online survey points that the Motorola’s decision to integrate its Android-integrated series of gadgets with Google’s Chrome as a good move, that will benefit mobile customers in terms of better efficiency and good competence. The Android browser is known to amalgamate functional and entertaining mobile applications for easy-access and a user-friendly set up. The gadget displays a range of features displaying a large panel that is easy on the eye and a sleek handset that is comfortable to hold.
The Motorola Development
The budget device is a buy for the money with earlier great-quality features also incorporated into it. All these functionalities are available at a much lesser price than the counterparts with similar design and structure designs are. Will the new Motorola phones be market holders? Hang around and wait for the release of the Droid Razr trio-package of phones from Motorola.