The day when you will be able to buy yourself the brand new Motorola Droid RAZR is coming. The world’s thinnest smartphone is now at the FCC where the government-employed engineers are making sure its radiation levels are safe to be used by the general public.
You probably already know the specs, so I won’t repeat them here. Heck, you’ve most likely checked out our hands-on post to get a better idea about the device. What you may not know is that the Droid RAZR seems ready for the global roaming or at least GSM radio working on 850 / 1900 MHz bands suggests so. That’s kinda neat, especially for frequent travelers on Verizon’s network.
Personally I care more to see Moto’s new baby singing along the Lapdock 100, the ever-useful accessory that transforms select Motorola smartphones into laptops, but that’s just me.
Anyway, those of you looking to dig deeper in FCC filings can proceed to this link to get all the details…