Motorola Chief Executive Officer Dennis Woodside announced the Motorola Razr M, Motorola Razr HD and a Motorola Razr Maxx HD Wednesday, USA Today reported.
The Razr M, running the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android and featuring a 4.3-inch screen, will be in stores next seek, Motorola said, priced at $99 with a Verizon contract and after a rebate.
The Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD, both with larger 4.7-inch screen, will follow later, the company said, with pricing yet to be announced.
The new phones will debut in a time of fierce competition in the smartphone arena, with Microsoft and Nokia introducing Lumia smartphones based on the Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system and Apple expected to introduce the iPhone 5 Sept. 12.
Woodside acknowledged "there's a lot of innovation in the (mobile) space right now. But the big picture is we're excited about the Razr brand ... and partnership with Verizon."