Motorola Razr M in Telstra stores 30 Oct

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The second phone in Motorola's revised Razr line-up will be on sale next week, with Motorola confirming today that the Razr M will be on shelves on 30 October.

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Motorola is calling the Razr M the edge-to-edge-screen phone, referring to its far thinner vertical bezel, which gives the appearance of the screen reaching all the way across the device. In total, the screen is a 4.3-inch AMOLED panel; the same size as last year's Razr.

The Razr M features 4G connectivity and a dual-core processor. In fact, this latest model features the same hardware as the larger Razr HD, but in a smaller-sized device.

Telstra will sell the Razr M for AU$0 upfront on AU$60 plans, or outright for AU$600. For a closer look at the Razr M in action, check out our hands-on gallery.

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LizJ posted a comment   

Kinda sick of articles that now say every phone that is 4" screen is like the iphone 5 - before iphone 5 there were countless of phones with screen size 4"... so it's not "like iphone 5"....


trebor83 posted a comment   

I think you meant:

" the screen is a 4.3-inch AMOLED panel, making it larger then the iPhone 5 in a body almost the same size"


trebor83 posted a reply   

Hmm, now it looks like I was trying to make you reference the iPhone in the article for no good reason.

Oh well, that'll learn me for rewriting your articles for you.


Joseph Hanlon posted a reply   

I was trying to slip the change through without you noticing ;) But, for the record, you were right. I have no idea where I got 4-inch from...

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