The Droid RAZR has certainly been the talk of the the town lately, with its 7.1mm waist line, 1.2GHz dual-core processor and uniquely beautiful design. According to the leaks, the RAZR should be gracing shelves by November 10 both here in the States and in the UK. But what about China?
Well, unlike the identical Droid RAZR for Verizon and the UK version (just RAZR), the Chinese model of the phone differentiates itself in terms of design, reports Unwired View. The corners are rounded off a bit more, and a TD-SCDMA radio’s been thrown into the mix, meaning the phone is headed for China Mobile.
It also seems like the bezel material is more of a silver than the gunmetal color we’re seeing here in the States, but that could merely be the flash lightening things up. On Verizon’s model, the ear piece is also silver, whereas this Chinese model seems to lack that finishing touch.
Specs wise, things haven’t really changed. You’ll still find the same 960×540 qHD display, 8-megapixel camera, Kevlar fiber casing, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread. In terms of availability, this version of the RAZR has just made its way through China’s version of the FCC, so it could potentially hit shelves pretty soon.
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