I’m definitely a self-proclaimed night owl. For that reason, you can always find my device charger in my purse because running low on battery is not an option. Our friends at Motorola understand this need for a play-all-night phone with their launch of the new Motorola RAZR HD LTE, coming exclusively to Rogers.
Delivering all day performance on a single charge, the Motorola RAZR HD LTE comes with 2530 mAh battery giving it more power to talk and browse without having to constantly charge my phone. The new RAZR also keeps its diamond-cut design with Gorilla Glass display and Kevlar fiber coating to stand up from the occasional bump and scratch, which is perfect for the clumsy night owl like me. On my way home from a party, I’m always catching up on my favourite movies and shows by downloading or streaming HD content with the ultra-fast Rogers LTE network and the new RAZR’s 4.7” high-definition display is just the right size.
Another cool feature is that the RAZR HD LTE can automatically trigger specific actions based on things like the time of day, location, battery levels with Smart Actions. For example, I can set a rule based on my office location to set my phone ringer to vibrate while I’m at work or auto close applications that are draining battery once I reach a low level battery.
The Motorola RAZR HD LTE is the latest addition to our lineup of LTE devices which is the largest selection of LTE devices in Canada. Recent additions include the Sony Xperia ion and Samsung Galaxy S III.
Rogers LTE network available in select Canadian cities. Visit www.rogers.com/coverage for details.
Earlier this year, we released a series of videos featuring the original Motorola RAZR. We shot the device – with its heavy-duty Kevlar fiber coating and tough Corning Gorilla Glass – out of an air cannon through things like popcorn, paint, canvas and a cake. In honour of the launch of the new Motorola RAZR HD LTE we thought you might like to revisit that video series here.
What’s your favourite feature of the new Motorola RAZR HD LTE?
Katie is a regular contributor to RedBoard
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