Motorola DROID HD (Droid RAZR) Emerges in Leaked Shots

The handset should arrive at Verizon with support for 4G LTE

  Motorola DROID HD (Droid RAZR)
Mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility is getting ready for the release of new handsets running under Google's Android operating system, and the Motorola DROID HD might be one of them.
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Mobile phone maker Motorola Mobility is getting ready for the release of new handsets running under Google's Android operating system, and the Motorola DROID HD might be one of them.

The handset has been spotted into the wild a few times before, and was also seen as the Droid RAZR or the Spyder.

Now, the handset has made an appearance into the wild in a series of leaked shots, available courtesy of Engadget, which confirm the fact that it will become available on Verizon.

Moreover, the mobile phone can be seen in those photos with the 4G LTE logo next to Verizon Wireless' logo, which should confirm the fact that it will be released at Big Red with support for the carrier's 4G network.

The new device is expected to be added to the operator's lineup of high-end smartphones running under Google's Android operating system.

It is said to pack a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display, a Super AMOLED panel that can deliver a qHD resolution, as well as with a dual-core application processor inside, capable of increased levels of performance.

The Motorola DROID HD was also rumored to arrive on Verizon's shelves with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, capable of 1080p video recording.

The rest of the hardware specifications that the next high-end smartphone from Motorola would include should be in line with those that were packed inside the Motorola ATRIX 2 handset that went official for AT&T only yesterday.

Regardless the name it will sport, the new mobile phone from Motorola should be capable of providing users with a great experience, it seems.

The new device will run under Google's Android 2.3 Gingerbread platform when released, though it will certainly get a taste of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich after the platform is made official.

Neither Motorola nor Verizon made a formal announcement on the new handset, but it might not be too long before they make the move, so stay tuned.

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