Right on schedule, Motorola's Droid RAZR HD (which has already been rooted thanks to Dan Rosenberg) and RAZR MAXX HD have arrived to market. Both devices are now live on Verizon's site along with Amazon Wireless.

As expected, the RAZR HD is available in either white or black for $199.99 on contract from Amazon or Verizon, while the RAZR MAXX HD goes for $299.99.


Just in case you've forgotten, here's a quick look at the DROID RAZR HD's specs:

  • 4.7" Super AMOLED display at 720x1280 (that's about 312ppi)
  • 12GB storage (with microSD slot)
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8MP rear shooter and 1.3MP front camera
  • Dual-core processor at 1.5GHz
  • 2530mAh battery
  • Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich


The RAZR MAXX HD, as far as hardware goes, is much the same, though it sports a considerably more ample 3300mAh battery pack (sure to help it live up to Verizon's "all day power" promises) and 32GB internal storage.

If you want to be the first person on the block with the RAZR/MAXX HD, just hit the appropriate link below.

RAZR HD: Verizon, Amazon (White, Black)

RAZR MAXX HD: Verizon, Amazon

Liam Spradlin
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  • http://twitter.com/misterE33 Mr E

    Looks pretty sweet. Anybody want to buy a GS3 for $730 ?

    • Geoff Johnson

      Why would someone buy a used GS3 more than what it costs to get one new? You can buy them direct from the carrier for $600.

  • Jagjeep

    I will likely switch from HTC to Motorola, but not until I find an unlocked device. Verizon's and HTC's delays in providing Thunderbolts with Android 4 (or better) has made me realize that Verizon greatly exaggerates its' claims about its customer service.

  • Seth M

    I got the official email about this... pretty big screwup.

    Do I see capacitive buttons again? ;-)

  • enoch861

    I wish docking your phone would cause speakers to jump out of your wall.

  • Sadman

    I purchased the Verizon flagship phone "Thunderbolt" and with all of HTC and VZ empty promises and screwups on upgrades I'm ready for a change. My son has the Maxx and loves it. So Maxx HD here I come.