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Droid Razr Review - The Best Android Phone? The engineering brilliance behind the Droid Razr cannot be understated. Packed in just .28-inches of stainless steel and soft-touch Kevlar, the Razr manages to include some truly impressive specs into an amazingly thin frame. Like Motorola's clamshell offering from yesteryear, the Droid Razr is an incredible feat of hardware design that should be the blueprints for future devices. But how does it tie up as a whole? One big question heading into our review was, "Does it live up to the Razr name?" The answer to that is yes, but there are a few caveats, and one of them is a big one. The Motorola Droid Razr is remarkably thin. So thin, in fact, that even after seeing it in pictures, holding it in person is a bit of a shock. Track one down to know what we mean, you'll be surprised too. The thing is, though, the device is by no means small, especially if you have smaller hands. The screen sits at 4.3-inches, but the way the phone was designed to accommodate every component makes it seems clunky. There is a huge bezel that pretty much makes one-handed use next to impossible, and the squared-off edges adds to this illusion. Next to an iPhone 4/iPhone 4S, the thing is massive. Still, consumers with bigger hands may not even notice its size. That aside, the specs packed into the Razr make for a very snappy, smooth experience. The 1.2GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM open folders and applications very quickly, and it was actually one of ...