Update 2: Motorola are deceptive twits (IMO, of course). First, they are not the same chips and both manage heat differently for the CPU and GPU to account for higher clocks. An overclocked 4430 will not be as efficient and run hotter than a 4460 clocked at 1.2ghz. The 4460 is designed to run stable at 1.5ghz. Already posted similar point in the Nexus forum, but more relative here of course. I have the Droid 3 and it gets hot when running at 1ghz and the battery takes a hit if the speed is sustained (Flash video, 3D games, emulators, higher def video are examples). If the Razr has a 4430 overclocked, it is VERY deceptive and the CEO is seems to be lying (or naive) that the device is going to last "all day" if actually using the device and features. If just using it as a phone, sure, but NOT with LTE, qHD 4.3" and an overclocked 4430. I will avoid the Razr if a 4430, especially since a fixed battery. Seems a lock up and crash happy design IMO if a 4430. GPU is also 25% slower. Added: They are probably using the metal frame for heat dissipation and the fiber layer on the back is basically an oven mitt If a 4430, the stock is 1ghz so a "1.2" ghz chipset is deceptive. If a 4460, nevermind- nothing left to see here.