The Galaxy S3 vs. Droid Razr HD is yet another battle for Android supremacy and Motorola seems to have upped the ante.
The company recently declared war on Samsung's handset, calling it inferior in terms of design on a new ad on its website.
"Razr HD is ready to withstand bumps and spills with DuPont KEVLAR fiber and a water-repellant nanocoating. Galaxy S3's plastic back can't say that," wrote Motorola. The company also touches on the battery life of the Droid Razr HD, stating that it has 20 percent more juice than the 4G LTE Galaxy S3.
Motorola dubbed the Droid Razr HD the world's most compact smartphone, taking yet another jab at the Galaxy S3 which is a larger 4.8-inch device.
The Droid Razr HD was released earlier this year alongside the Droid Razr M and the Droid Razr Maxx HD, which is the same exact phone with a smaller battery.
All three of them have impressive hardware under the hood including a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8-megapixel camera with LED flash and 1080p HD recording.
The Maxx HD features an impressive 2500mAh battery while the Razr HD has a 1780mAh. The more powerful battery on the Maxx HD allows the owner to listen to 27 hours of music, stream 10 hours of video, and have 21 hours of talk time.
The Razr HD is slightly less powerful, but still packs an impressive performance providing users with 10 hours worth of movie watching on a single charge along with six hours worth of voice-guided turn-by-turn GPS.
Both the Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD come with a 4.7-inch display that features the same clarity of an HDTV and 85 percent better color saturation and 50 percent more pixels per inch than the Apple iPhone 5.