|Compatible networks||3G UMTS/HSPA+
|Related||Droid Razr HD|
|Dimensions||122.5 mm (4.82 in) H
60.9 mm (2.40 in) W
8.3 mm (0.33 in) D
|Weight||4.44 oz (126 g)|
|Operating system||Android 4.1Jellybean|
|System on chip||1.5 GHz Dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 Intel Atom Z2460 Razr i|
|Memory||1 GB RAM|
|Storage||8 GB flash memory|
|Removable storage||microSD supports up to 32 GB|
|Display||4.3″(10.9cm) edge-to-edge 960x540qHD (256 ppi) Super AMOLED Advanced display|
8MP, Sony Exmor IMX145
|Front camera||1.3 megapixels|
|Other||Gorilla Glass 2|
|Website||Motorola Mobility LLC - DROID RAZR M /Official Website|
The Droid Razr M (Motorola XT905/XT906/XT907) is an Android-based, 4G LTE-capable smartphone designed by Motorola as a smaller successor to the Droid Razr. It was advertised as "The full screen phone" with thin edges, though it lacked a robust resolution. It came with a light skin of Android (operating system) for Verizon Wireless (XT907), SoftBank Mobile (XT902), and Telstra as well as an unbranded retail version for the Australian market (both XT905). The Electrify M (XT901) for U.S. Cellular is a CDMA handheld with a different housing, but otherwise same specification as the Razr M.
The lower-end Droid Razr M was announced alongside the Droid Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD on 5 September 2012. The Razr HD and M models ship with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). The Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) upgrade for the Razr M started rolling out on Nov 9, 2012 and the upgrade to Android 4.4 (KitKat) on May 12, 2014.
The RAZR i (XT890) is an almost identical edition except it has an Intel Atom Z2460 processor. This means it has more processing power, but less imaging power; however, it lacks LTE support.
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