Looking to replace the Blur-contaminated Android on your Motorola RAZR with a custom ROM of your own? Well, it looks like folks in Europe will soon be able to in the future. Motorola has officially announced a phone just for that very purpose. Called the Motorola RAZR Developer Edition, the phone comes with an unlocked bootloader, which will allow the installation of unauthorized code (i.e. a different operating system or custom ROMs).
Motorola has previously announced an unlocking solution for the RAZR, but who would’ve thought that they were going to release a brand new device instead of offering an easy software solution. The phone is up for pre-order now on the Motorola Shop and will set you back 499.00 € ($655). A version for the US will be available in the coming months as well.
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