If you are shopping for a new smartphone and trying to figure out which you want to plunk your hard-earned money down on, the decision can be very difficult. Making a choice gets even more confusing when the same maker has two smartphones that are similar and priced on the same level. Such is the case with the new Droid Razr and the Droid 4 that has been tipped.
The rumored launch date for the Droid 4 is December 8, which is the same day the SamsungGalaxy Nexus is expected to land. The Droid 4 has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It can also connect to the Verizon LTEnetwork as well. Under the screen is a slide out keyboard with five rows or buttons with back lighting.
Both of the smartphones run Android for the operating system. The big differences in the Razr and the Droid 4 are the slide out keyboard on the 4 and the fact that the 4 has a 4-inch qHD display compared to the 4.3-inch super AMOLED of the Razr. The Droid 4 seems better suited for those migrating from a Blackberry.
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