2011-10-17 11h32_03

Remember the Droid Bionic teaser site? If not, here's a quick refresher: four different blogs received some weird artifacts, each of which including a corresponding code. Once that code was entered into the site, it unlocked a new part of the video that ultimately unveiled the Bionic. Looks like Moto is doing something similar for the upcoming Droid RAZR, as it has sent out clues to 16 different blogs, all of which include a special unlock code that reveals a new feature of the RAZR.

2011-10-17 11h31_23

So, Moto, when do we get to be a part of these teasers?

As of right now the only site to have entered a code is Mobile Burn, which revealed the phone's rumored kevlar coating. More sites should be entering their codes soon, exposing all of the features that we will see at Verizon and Motorola's event tomorrow.

[Motorola via Droid-Life]

Cameron Summerson
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  • http://villainrom.co.uk Fysi

    Looks like a flip phone, unless that's a dock.

  • Miann

    kevlar coating? the phone is bullet proof?

    • http://twitter.com/mikeGsays GarciaM25

      I think (read: hope) they mean carbon fiber and not kevlar - two very different materials that their only similarity is that they are both woven to provide maximum strength.... it looks to be carbon fiber, which would be really cool if it was, Moto's never dabbled in the real carbon on their devices yet!

  • http://tantrajnaan.com Robert Dunn

    I love that no one is pointing out the actual picture of the phone in the teaser image.

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/114928577188276049271/posts?hl=en zachbarrett

    i was looking at ths page source and found this


    • L boogie

      +1 for zachbarrett on the RAZR discovery.

    • Nocturnhabeo

      Fusking rocks the socks off. Though you probably had to do some real work... Maybe... depending on how much faith I have in their advertising web developers.

  • shanebecks

    Wow... zachbarrett... you seriously found the image of the new phone... that is crazy that they weren't more secure with their images! :D

  • https://plus.google.com/u/0/114928577188276049271/posts?hl=en zachbarrett

    forgot to mention that the css file i found the image in was named spyder.css