The rebirth of the RAZR line up was a fantastic decision by Motorola and its cutting through the competition quickly. The Rezound is HTC’s follow up to the Thunderbolt, and though it had a silent release, it is definitely a monster. Which smartphone ends up being the better choice?
The Motorola Admiral is a tough Android smartphone aimed squarely at the business market. It has a full QWERTY keyboard and a great set of specs. Time to ditch the BlackBerry? Let’s take a look.
Motorola pulled up their bootstraps and made it out of the trenches when they first released the RAZR in 2004. They did it again with the Droid series through Verizon. Now they’ve merged the two to form the Droid RAZR. Will it succeed just the same?
The original Atrix was an innovator in the market and most people would not have thought that a successor would be released 10 months after. The Atrix 2 doesn’t quite bring innovation, but adds a bit more of a redesign and a few minor changes. Is that enough to take on the competition?
The Motorola Theory is a basic feature phone that’s ideal for text addicts. It has a full physical QWERTY keyboard and it doesn’t cost much. Get the full picture in this review.
Motorola has been a big player in the mobile space for years now, but in recent times their fortunes have faltered. They still make great phones though, and in this buyer’s guide you’ll find the best of the best.
Sprint has been on a sprint, no pun intended, to dominate the smartphone market with an array of powerful Android smartphones. The Photon 4G and EVO 3D are two such smartphones, set to take Sprint customers. But pitted against one another, which one is the victor?
The Droid 3 and Thunderbolt are two powerful smartphones on Verizon’s network that were released in similar time frames. Both take different approaches for capturing their share of Verizon customers. When the two are pitted against each other, which smartphone comes out as the victor?
Sprint hasn’t been known as a carrier that has powerful Motorola smartphones, but things have been changing for the better. The XPRT debuted on Sprint as the counterpart to the Droid Pro and now the Photon 4G has popped up to take on the Atrix 4G. But is it just a carbon copy, or something more?
The Motorola Droid 3 is the third chapter of the Droid series from Motorola offered through Verizon. With the end of this trilogy, the Droid 3 hopes to redeem the Droid series from the disappointing release in the Droid 2. Does the Droid 3 succeed in becoming a successful close out for this trilogy?