The Motorola Droid RAZR, the thinnest LTE phone just yet that runs on the Android operating system, might have just been announced, where it is said to arrive over at Verizon Wireless for $300 a pop. Since then, there was no word from Motorola on whether their new flagship will make an appearance on other networks or not, but it does seem as though the Droid RAZR’s visit to the FCC revealed the fact that it can support GSM networks, similar to the one used by AT&T.
While AT&T remained mum on the Droid RAZR, Mobile City Online is already taking in pre-orders for the unlocked GSM version of the Droid RAZR, where it is touted to support quad-band GSM and WCDMA bands II and IV. The asking price? $600, which isn’t too shabby considering how new, shiny and desirable this smartphone is. Someone do a battery life test on this already!
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