The Motorola Razr HD was released in the UK on 21 February, months after it was originally launched in the US.
This means that while still a decent 4G handset and debatably one of the nicest Motorola phones in recent years, it does feel slightly old. This is largely down to its dual, not quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor and 1GB of RAM.
Considering its £400 price tag and the commonality of quad-core processors within the Android ecosystem, we did feel slightly let down.
However, the phone has some decent features like a bright and crisp display, decent battery life and robust Kevlar-laced chassis.
Check back with V3 soon for our in-depth written review of the Motorola Razr HD.