Motorola RAZR HD – Deal

Remember last year Motorola announced a few phones and didn’t really bother to try and sell them in the UK? they left it to retailers like Expansys to sell them instead? Well if you always liked the look of the Motorola RAZR HD then now might be your chance to snap one up.

Motorola RAZR HD   Deal


Expansys have a bit of a sale on and they are offering the RAZR HD for £329.99 including VAT and delivery.

Designed to keep up with you all day, Motorola RAZR™ HD is built for action

With a slim, premium design, beautiful 4.7-inch HD display and the best of Google, Motorola RAZR HD will keep you entertained and connected all day – on a single charge.

Now you can watch everything on-the-go in stunning HD detail. Movies, photos, magazines and websites shine through with vibrant clarity on Motorola RAZR HD’s 4.7-inch Super AMOLED HD display. It’s the same display you’d expect from an HDTV – except in a much smaller package.

Motorola RAZR HD has the premium design materials you expect from the Motorola RAZR family, including a Corning® Gorilla® Glass display, DuPont™ KEVLAR® fiber and splash-guard coating.

We actually reviewed the Motorola RAZR HD a few weeks ago, if you fancy a read head over to this link here.

Features you’ll love:

  • 4G ready – LTE 700 / 800 / 1700 / 1800 / 2600
  • Vivid 4.7 inch HD display – Super AMOLED, 16M colours, 720 x 1280, 312 ppi pixel density
  • Impressive battery life – non-removable 2,500 mAh battery gives up to 22 hours talk time (3G), iPhone 5 is up to 8 hours (3G)!
  • Android Ice Cream Sandwich (v4.0.4) – Jelly Bean (v4.1) upgrade available
  • Best of Google on board – Maps, Gmail, Google Search, YouTube, Google Talk, Picasa
  • Sleek design – 8.4mm thick, 146g, KEVLAR fibre back cover, Corning Gorilla Glass and splash resistant protection
  • Nippy performance – 1.5 GHz Dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM
  • 16GB of memory, microSD slot up to 32GB

Source – Expansys

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  • Anonymous

    This was quite a nice phone when it was released, but the specs look a bit less impressive now. £330 isn’t bad value by any means, but it’s not great. After all, you can get a brand new Samsung Galaxy S3 for around £250 sim free, and it has a much higher spec than this (quad core CPU, 2GB RAM).

    If they were selling for a hundred quid, I’d probably have one. Otherwise can’t see the point.