We all know that Motorola Mobiles India has recently launched its all new Motorola Razr in India, but the most important thing to know is that the mobile uses a micro SIM card which was first used in the iPhone 4 last year. We all know about some of the advanced features in the phone like its 7.1-inch thinness, Kevlar fiber rear panel, splash proof internals and it also comes with world’s thinnest battery. Most of smartphone lovers are also familiar with its core specifications that it is powered by Dual Core TI processor or it has 16 GB of internal memory or it adorns a 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED advanced display, but most of the interesting fact is that it too uses a micro SIM card.
Micro SIM cards are not standard yet and are not easily available in the market either. Meanwhile, this is what will going to be standard in the upcoming 12 months. As smartphones are getting more featured with latest technologies like more sensors, gets power cram features (For example 4 inch AMOLED display) and the constant fixation to minimize the device's impressions and smartphone manufacturers are trying to save every square centimeter of space possible. In step forward micro SIM is one of the most appropriate option.
For instance Motorola Razr internals have been so closely coupled that there is literally negligible space between layers, which looks like overlapping on top of each other. The designers had to keep the bezel wide in order to fix the 1780 mAh battery that should power the phone to survive a day of heavy to moderate usage. Nokia Lumia 800 is the another smartphone offering that too uses a micro SIM. It is about to happen that Indian retailers started keeping micro SIM cards. Now a mobile buyer is able to switch between iPhone 4, the Razr and Lumia 800 (Runs on iOS, Android and Windows Phone 7.5 operating systems) without any concern about the micro SIM card adapter.