Motorola’s Droid Razr Maxx has not been exactly the most popular high-end Android device of the last couple of months, but it still attracted some customers, especially thanks to its humongous 3,300 mAh battery. However, we’ve been expecting Moto and Verizon to step it up for a while, with what was known as either the Razr HD or the Droid Fighter.
A bunch of rumors and leaks from a few months back pointed towards a May release date for this new addition to the Droid Razr line. But, unfortunately, the launch was delayed, making us wonder if the device was truly more than a myth.
After a long while, we now have some solid proof that the device actually exists and is on its way, but we still have no idea when it will be released. The Droid Razr HD has been spotted in a leaked internal document over at Cellebrite, a company that works directly with handheld manufacturers and carriers to ensure compatibility with third party retailers.
Going by the model number XT926, the future phone seems to have the Droid Razr HD name set in stone, which is a bit disappointing, considering that I personally kind of liked the “Fighter”. It had a nice ring to it, and perhaps it would have helped Motorola rebuild the image of a company that is willing to battle it at the top.
Other than the name, which is still far from confirmed, we have nothing new to report about Moto’s future flagship, so things stand as they did a while back. The phone is expected to be powered by a dual-core S4 Krait processor and to feature a 720p screen, an 8-megapixel camera, the same impressive 3,300 mAh battery, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Stay tuned on our website to find out more about the Razr HD in the following weeks, when we hope it will finally get an official unveiling.