Bill Ogle, Motorola's chief marketing officer, talks DRIOD RAZR
The Motorola DROID RAZR was an instant idea after their head engineer created a remarkably thin battery. Ogle goes on to talk about how this was the perfect opportunity to resurrect the RAZR name since the original RAZR was also very thin and was one of the best-selling phones of all time.
Ogle mentions how the RAZR is of course a big marketing technique while using the name DROID on Verizon implies that it is one of the “best and brightest phones” on their network. Check out the video and tell us what you think.
1. Sniggly posted on 11 Nov 2011, 10:42 1 0
It seems Bill is really excited about the RAZR. As well he should be. :) interesting that it all started with the really thin battery. So now in order to top Motorola the other manufacturers have to come up with a battery that's just as thin.
3. bolaG posted on 11 Nov 2011, 13:27 1 0
Just bought mine :)))))
No lines at my store though... I think I was the second or third person buying it. I arrived at the store at 11:30am
They offered me a special promo: the first 14 sales would have the opportunity to get a bundle accessorie package 50% off.
Package included: Car charger, screen protector, belt clip, case, car dock, headphones. I considered that a fail. I would have gotten it had it came with: Car dock, HD station, belt clip, and HDMI Cable.
I love the phone, Its simply "SEXY"
4. PotDragon posted on 11 Nov 2011, 21:20 0 0
Couldn't make the vzw strore today and I am wondering if the car dock is inductive charging. Did you happen to notice?
6. phunkinc posted on 12 Nov 2011, 17:31 2 0
Glad no one noticed that this article is entitled the \"DRIOD RAZR\" not the \"DROID RAZR\".