Video shows off "Smart Actions" for Motorola DROID RAZR
Thanks to the internal clock on the handset and the GPS, you can set your screen to lower the brightness by 20% at a certain time of day, or turn off the sound at a certain location. Not only can this function as a battery saver (increasing battery life by up to 30% according to Motorola) by turning on and off certain features at specific times or places, you can also use "Smart Actions" to make sure that your favorite website is up on the browser, refreshed and up to date when you get up in the morning. You can also set your phone not to ring while at a meeting. Motorola includes some preloaded and suggested rules to help get you started.
source: YouTube via Phandroid
3. protozeloz (Posts: 5381; Member since: 16 Sep 2010)
Since I think this is on topic I'll leave this here
2. sgogeta4 (Posts: 392; Member since: 02 Feb 2011)
I'd like to see how it actually fairs in real life situations.
4. Firedrops (Posts: 215; Member since: 06 Sep 2011)
Amazing. Have to admit, I really, really overestimated the Galaxy Nexus/underestimated the Droid Razr weeks/months ago.
5. xiobnb (Posts: 74; Member since: 11 Nov 2011)
they need to patent it otherwise you know who will come and steal and then sue them
6. PhoneCritic (Posts: 375; Member since: 05 Oct 2011)
No worries Moto been at this Game for a while and always patent whatever tech or code they invent. The Razr seems like a very good phone. Seems all it needs now is ICS and it will give the Nexus a run for its money. I would hope that a version for T-moble and AT&T wil also be release- because in todays world in order to have a successful device you have to release on at least two or more carriers.
Best to you Moto it looks like you have a winner here.