We've been hearing a bit about the Motorola Droid RAZR for a little while now, and finally, Motorola let it out of the bag. Today, the newest Droid (and the newest RAZR, too) was announced, spec'd and priced.
Coming to Verizon in November for $299 on a two-year contract, the Droid RAZR will feature some pretty beastly specs. Among them are a 1.2GHz dual-core TI processor (a common choice for Motorola, it seems,) 1GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and 16GB of additional storage by way of an included microSD card.
But even cooler than those impressive specifications is a new piece of hardware that Motorola has included: it's called SmartActions, and its purpose is to control your phone's 1800mAh battery's life, and make it even better than you would expect. It's user-customizable, as well; if you want lower processing power while you're talking on the phone, you've got it. If you want Bluetooth to turn itself off after you've left your house, you've got that, too.
The RAZR is also compatible with two new laptop docks that Motorola introduced with it today.
All of this goodness will be available to pre-order on October 27 (next Thursday,) and you'll get it sometime in November.[MSNBC]