Moto is now prioritizing battery life over thinness. Perhaps it should be called the Droid Juice?
Both cameras include 8MP rear shooters.
The US versions of both phones rock Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 chips.
The Razr isn't so razor-thin anymore - but it's not exactly chunky either.
The Razr HDs continue the trend of supersized Android displays.
How does Motorola's latest stand up to Samsung's leading Galaxy S3?
Is it better to be bullet-proof, or King? (Batsuit: Eva Rinaldi|Flickr, Android: kamotegirl|Flickr, crown: Shutterstock)
The US edition of the S3 pumps the RAM up to 2GB.
Motorola offers less options than Samsung, but - with expandable microSD storage - it should be plenty for most people.
There are much lighter phones on the market than the new Razrs.
Both phones ride blazing-fast LTE networks.
After reviving the Razr brand last year from a flip-phone graveyard, Motorola has tweaked its formula with two proper sequels. The Razr HD and Razr HD Maxx (accompanied by the Droid moniker in the U.S.) aren't exactly true to their names, as they're both beefier than their predecessors. How do these more balanced handsets stack up next to Samsung's Android-leading Galaxy S III?
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