With the much-vaunted Google Nexus 4 packing premium features into a smartphone with a not-so-premium price tag it's difficult to justify a pricey handset that offers similar, or even lower spec. That's where the Motorola Razr HD comes in. It's a solid Android phone with decent performance – but whacking a £390 price tag on it means its 720p screen and dual-core processor no longer look as attractive. Want to know more? Watch our video review.
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