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Motorola Razr HD

Motorola Razr HD
alaScore 90

75 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 75 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the usability and design. The responsiveness and screen are also appreciated, but reviews are divided on the camera. There are some negative comments about the value for money.

battery, screen, responsiveness, design, usability

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola Razr HD is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Motorola Razr HD

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 25 user reviews of Motorola Razr HD from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other Mobile Phones on Amazon.co.uk.

battery, screen, responsiveness, camera, usability

92% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Motorola RAZR HD - UK Sim Free Smartphone Motorola RAZR HD - UK Sim Free Smartphone

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Motorola Razr HD review

 

Motorola's flagship handset comes with underwhelming specs

Good battery life ; Simple OS ; MicroSD slot

Low specs for price ; Uncomfortable build ; Poor video camera

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Motorola Razr HD review

 

We'll be honest. We've got HD fatigue, so when the Motorola Razr HD arrived in our office we didn't jump for joy. HD, we thought, big whoop, everything is HD these days, hell, they even make HD make-up for some reason. So what is Motorola up to here?...

Lovely looking, great screen, decent battery life, superb call quality, solid-feeling, microSD

A bit expensive, not the highest hardware specification, no user access to battery

We love the Razr HD. There, we said it, and if Google can't be nice about Motorola's handsets, we will be, because this is a fantastic little phone that would suit anyone really nicely. It's not the most powerful, but you'd be hard-pressed to notice...

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Motorola Razr HD

 

Motorola's Razr HD looks sharp thanks to its Kevlar armour and impresses with its long battery life.

Attractive design and tough Kevlar backing ; Good performance for a dual-core handset ; Long battery life ; Bright OLED screen ; HDMI port

Camera isn’t on a par with the very best ; Price is relatively high

Nevertheless, the first thing you noticeable about the display is just how bright it is. Its black levels are cavernously deep too, which helps video to look very impressive. Colours are bold, but like a lot of OLED displays, whites (such as the back...

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Motorola Razr HD Review

 

A solid phone with a decent battery, but a little hard to justify at this price

The Motorola Razr HD is the latest Moto handset to grace our hands since last year's Razr i. With a larger 4.7in display, dual-core power and a larger battery that promises all-day performance, can t

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Motorola RAZR HD review

 

With our RAZR HD review coming around the time that HTC, Sony and Samsung are unleashing their big guns for 2013, it could seem like a blast from the past. In terms of specification and price the new RAZR HD is a great alternative to the Samsung Galaxy...

Camera aside, the RAZR HD is a brilliant smartphone with 4G support and a huge battery

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Motorola Razr HD review

 

The Motorola Razr HD boasts a 4.7-inch 720p screen, Android Jelly Bean software and decent performance from its ageing dual-core processor. As a mid-range phone it'd be pretty good, but its £400 price tag means it's just far too expensive. Your money...

Bright, bold screen ; Decent performance from dual-core processor ; Good battery life ; Handy Smart Actions

Far too expensive ; Poor camera

If it was a mid-range mobile, the Motorola Razr HD would be a smashing blower. Its 720p screen is bright and bold, it's enjoyably swift for a dual-core device, and it has a hefty battery. It's let down, however, by a needlessly high price that pits it...

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Motorola RAZR HD Review: In Depth

 

The Motorola RAZR HD. A Kevlar wrapped mobile packing a 4.7-inch AMOLED display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor and a huge battery.

Good build quality ; Amazing battery life ; 4G (LTE) capability

Design will divide consumers ; Weaker specs for a flagship ; Expensive

The Motorola RAZR HD is a great device with regards to its arrival as the DROID RAZR in the US, but things have moved on and in our eyes it isn’t worth laying down the money now when Google are looking to go big with their first in-house Motorola...

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Motorola Razr HD

 

All elements of the Razr HD are good, if not great, but none provide a compelling enough reason to choose the Razr HD over one of the other, better options in the market.

Large, colourful AMOLED screen ; Nice UI design and additions ; Great connectivity including HDMI

4G slugs battery life ; Average camera ; Some annoying lag

There is a lot to like about the Razr HD, but ultimately, it lacks the polish of its nearest competition. Most users will be un-phased by the frequent, if short, lag-spikes, but it isn't something you will need to contend with on better smartphones....

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Motorola Razr HD review

 

Nice design, but let down by performance and camera issues, and high price tag

Excellent battery life, good design, minimalist Android skin

Poor camera, difficult to hold, performance can be laggy

Motorola fans likely will love the Razr HD, though, as will Android fans who are looking for a smartphone with excellent battery life. For us, however, it's just not quite enough.

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Motorola Razr HD review

 

It's been a while since Motorola has been a cool name to drop insmartphone-centric circles. It's a shame, since following anill-advised obsession with the ultra-slim RAZR brand which led to avariety of good-looking but so-so handsets, the US firm...

Sharp 720p HD Super AMOLED screen, solid build quality, decentbattery life

On the heavy side, no removable battery

The Motorola name may not have the hip cache of Apple,Samsung or even Sony, but on the evidence of the Razr HD the UScompany is perfectly capable of producing a very fine Androidsmartphone. And we can expect more once the effects of Google'sbuyout of...

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