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Motorola has officially unveiled its RAZR HD and RAZR M smartphones in Australia.
Motorola today unveiled the RAZR HD and the RAZR M smartphones in Australia. We go hands-on at the launch event in Sydney.
Motorola Mobility's managing director for Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands, Timo Brouwer.
Brouwer said the company focused on three key areas for both phones: Speed, power management, and the best of Google.
The RAZR HD and the RAZR M are the first phones to come from the Google-Motorola partnership since Google agreed to acquire the company for $12.5 billion back in August 2011.
The Motorola RAZR HD has a large 2500mAh battery.
The RAZR HD (left) and the RAZR M.
Here's a close-up of the smaller RAZR M. It has an edge-to-edge display.
The rear of the RAZR M is coated in Kevlar.
Volume controls and a power/lock button are on the right side.
There's a microSD card slot and a SIM card slot behind that plastic flap on the left.
The smaller RAZR M has a 4.3in screen.
Motorola demonstrating the RAZR M's splash-guard coating.
In addition to the outside of the handsets, Motorola has also coated the internal components with the splash-guard material.
Here's the RAZR HD. It has a large 4.7in display.
The Kevlar back of the RAZR HD.
A micro-HDMI port sits on the right side. A microSD card slot and a micro-SIM card sit behind a pop out drawer.
The Motorola RAZR HD's screen has a 720p HD resolution of 1280x720.
Both the RAZR HD (pictured) and the RAZR M work on Telstra's 4G network.
Motorola says it tried to maximise the screen size and battery on the RAZR HD without compromising on physical size.
A close up of the Kevlar backing on the RAZR HD.
The RAZR HD has a very industrial looking design, with visible screws on the bottom.
From left to right: The Motorola RAZR M, the Apple iPhone 5, the Motorola RAZR HD and the Samsung Galaxy S III.
The Motorola RAZR M (top) and RAZR HD (bottom).
The Motorola RAZR HD (right) is available today through Telstra stores and online for $720 outright or $5 per month on Telstra's $60 Everyday Connect plan over 24 months. The Motorola RAZR M (left) will launch sometime in November for $600 outright, or $0 per month on a $60 Everyday Connect plan over 24 months.
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