Over the years, U.S. carriers have begun grasping for straws when it comes to "exclusives." In more recent days, coloring has been the in-thing. AT&T just announced
that it would be the exclusive home to a red version of the Galaxy S4, and now Verizon is going to be home to a blue version of the Droid RAZR HD and RAZR M. Both handsets are certainly nice, and we enjoyed our own time with them in review
. And honestly, we kind of dig the blue. That said, it's a bit unusual for AT&T to get a red phone and Verizon to get a blue phone -- you would've thought that the two may have switched that up given their branding schemes.
That said, the phone doesn't look to differ beyond the hue, with the RAZR HD selling for $100 on-contract and the RAZR M offered gratis on-contract.