Motorola's got a brand-new toy. The Motorola Razr might sound familiar, bearing the same moniker as Motorola's massively successful mobile from 2004, but there's nothing retro about this Razr -- it boasts a 4.3-inch display, a 1.2GHz processor and an 8-megapixel camera.
We've gone hands-on with the Razr, so hit play on the video above to see it in moving-picture form, and decide whether or not you think it's worth your precious cash.
The Razr -- as you'd expect -- is really thin, measuring 7.1mm at its thinnest point. There's quite a chunky section where the camera lives, but for the most part we think this phone will fit neatly into your pockets.
That dual-core 1.2GHz processor is backed up by 1GB of RAM, and made the Razr feel very slick in our hands on, so it should be a decent choice for playing games or watching movies.
The camera shoots video in 1080p, and Motorola's taken the liberty of stuffing the Razr with some of its own apps to make your life easier. You'll see one of them, Motocast, in the video above.
The downside? When it launches next month the Razr won't be packing the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. Instead it's going to be stuck on Gingerbread until next year.