Critics have lauded the new Motorola Razr. The Christian Post has compared the Droid Razr with Apple's new iPhone 4S and come up with some pretty impressive differences.
The Droid Razr is not only an impressive new Android handset, but it outclasses Apple's new iPhone 4S in many ways in terms of hardware.
Here are just a few of the differences between Motorola's Droid and Apple's iPhone 4S:
Display: The Razr features a 4.3-inch screen, the iPhone 4S sports only a 3.5-inch display, about the same as the iPhone 4. The iPhone 5 will have a larger display.
Size: The Droid Razr is thin, only 7.1mm, and lighter than the thick-bodied iPhone 4S. Motorola says the Razr is the thinnest smartphone in the world. The iPhone 5 is rumored to feature a thin-tapered, lighter design.
Battery: Droid Razr battery life is almost twenty-five percent more than the iPhone 4S with 12.5 hours of talk time versus the 8 hours of the 4S. But, says CP's Funaro, Apple will most likely change this with the iPhone 5.
Processor: The Droid Razr processor blows past Apple's with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM. The 4S has only an 800MHz dual-core and 512MB of RAM. According to Samsung, who is making the Apple chip, the iPhone 5 will run a quad-core, A6 chip.
Camera: Both the iPhone 4S and Droid Razr have an 8 megapixel camera capable of filming in 1080p HD—but watch out for the Droid Razr’s 1.3MP front facing camera, according to Funaro.
A couple of other points of which to be mindful when choosing your new device: the Droid Razr also includes an HDMI port and microSD card slot, and is furnished a 16GB SD.
But last and not least, the Droid Razr is available on 4G LTE while the iPhone 4S is only on 3G. The iPhone 5 was not expected to have 4G capability until its 2012 launch.