Motorola introduced three new RAZR smartphones, all 4G LTE models available from Verizon. How do they stack up vs. the Samsung Galaxy S III or the upcoming iPhone 5? Well, each thin Maxx will let you chat longer on a single battery charge than any other smartphone. Here's a closer look at each.
Held by a mutant three-armed person, these are the first Motorola phones since the venerable company was bought by Google. From left to right, the Droid RAZR HD, the Droid M (which is now available for pre-sale for $99.99) and the Droid RAZR HD Maxx. All three connect via 4G LTE and will be sold by Verizon. The two HDs each have 4.7-inch screens (the M sports a 4.3-inch screen) and all three can be upgraded to the new Android OS, have Google's Chrome Web browser pre-installed, Jelly Bean, in a few months.