Design and Call Quality
On the inside, the Electrify M is pretty much the same phone as the Verizon Wireless Droid Razr M. On the outside, it's a little bit different. The luxurious combination of Kevlar and aluminum is nowhere to be found here, replaced by a somewhat flimsy-feeling gray plastic. On the plus side, the phone is protected by an invisible water-repellent splash guard, which makes it a little more durable than it feels.
Motorola won't say who manufactures the 1.5GHz dual-core processor that powers the Electrify M, but I suspect it's a Qualcomm S4. It performed almost identically to the Galaxy S III, which is powered by the same chip. Gaming frame rates are actually higher on the Electrify M, but that's because the lower-resolution display means it's pushing less pixels. Either way, this phone is very fast. It's packing enough power to handle any game you throw at it, or any of the 600,000+ apps in the Google Play store, which is on board.