Motorola Razr HD review

Motorola's flagship handset comes with underwhelming specs

Motorola Razr HD
4G-enabled, but without much else to write home about

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The Motorola Razr HD has a Full HD 1080p video camera that can shoot at 30fps, which, as with the 8MP still photo camera, is pretty standard for a flagship phone.

There's a similar, albeit slightly more limited, selection of options and modes to get to grips with as on the stills camera. You can turn the video lamp on or off, adjust the exposure, add an effect or choose from a few audio and visual modes, such as Slow Motion and Wind Reduction. The quality isn't the best we've seen but it's not too bad.

James Rogerson

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