It’s amazing how things change so quickly in this industry, one minutes it’s all about the Galaxy S III, then it’s back onto the iPhone and now, this morning, we have not one, but two leaks of upcoming Motorola devices. Droid-Life has posted some pictures which they say are of the unannounced Motorola DROID RAZR HD.
There are a few things that abundantly clear from the image above, first; it’s obviously a Motorola (or should I say Google) device, second; it’s branded for Verizon (leading more proof that it is indeed the next RAZR) and will apparently support 4G LTE, third; the top of the device’s back curves over, not under like the current RAZR and RAZR MAXX, which correlates the accompanying side profile shot, that this new RAZR will not have the protruding lip like its predecessors. If you look closely, you can see that the front of the device will be some type of glossy material, most likely plastic, but connecting the front and back of the device is what appears to be some type of brushed metal, whether it’s real metal or painted plastic (like the Galaxy S III) we don’t know yet, but it does look nice. Aside from the protruding lip on the back, the angled corners are also gone from this model, thankfully though, Motorola kept the Kevlar backing, for a light, yet durable feel.
As far as the camera goes, we can’t give you a real pixel number, as the bezel around the camera only says “HD Video.” But if I had to guess, I’d put our money on this beast having an 8-megapixel camera or better.
What do you all think? Do you like the re-modeled design of the possible Motorola DROID RAZR?