This RAZR lookalike isn't a RAZR. It's a MAXX — just think of it as a hot dog, with all the extras. First and foremost, it has 3.5G HSDPA connection. That's good for 400 to 700 kbps transfers, with 1 megabit bursts, on Cingular's network (if the phone is ever picked up by the carrier.) Then there's a 2-megapixel phone for snapshots, and a VGA camera for video conferencing. On the outside, there are light up play/pause, track forward and back buttons, for playing MP3s off the internal 50MB of memory (expandable by a MicroSD slot.) Annnd, there's a QVGA screen with a 120 by 160 screen on the flipside. I think that does it...oh, wait: It's not much larger than a regular RAZR, at about 53 by 104 by 15mm. More photos after the jump.
"What, no Bluetooth? That's like the staple of high-end Motorolas today. Damn."
Bluetooth is listed in the features below from Motorola's website.
Summary of Features
* Messaging: MMS, SMS, EMS2
* Enhanced audio features for premium music listening on-the-go
* Video capture/playback and video sharing
* VGA and 2 MP camera with 8x digital zoom for low or hi-resolution imaging
* 50 MB user available memory3, removable memory via an optional microSDâ¢ memory card
* Bluetooth wireless technology (EDR Class 2), USB 2.0, Over the Air Synch (OTA), PC Synch, Motosync, Mobile Phone Tools
* HSDPA 3.6 Mbps (category 6)
* EDGE Class 10, GPRS Class 10
* Internal Antenna
* Futuristic Touch Sensitive Music Keys with Elegant Lighting
* RAZR Phone-Lineage 3G Device, Mix of Metal and Glass
* Two-way Video Calling at up to 15 frames per second2, Video Capture