Motorola RAZR HD Might Actually Be A Global Smartphone
The first leaked pictures of the Motorola RAZR HD terminal were suggesting that we are dealing with a smartphone designed exclusively for the North American market.
But the XDA-developers community got its hands on some unofficial pictures of the new Motorola RAZR HD, including some captures of the “About phone” screen which will make the Europeans shiver.
It seems that, after all, there will be two Motorola RAZR HD variants: XT 925 and XT926. One of them might hit the US via the likes of Verizon, while the other one will be retailed by Vodafone, a powerful carrier on the European market.
The technical specifications of the Motorola RAZR HD are yet unkonown, but the 720p display might measure 4.5-inches (diagonally). They say that it is running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (why not 4.1 Jelly Bean since Google owns the company?) and that it is based on a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor.
The primary camera mounted on the back of the Motorola RAZR HD seems to feature an 8 megapixel sensor, not 13 megapixels as the first rumors were suggesting.
You can see for yourself that the US-based phone maker have chosen another material for the back lid. Unfortunately we don’t have a picture to allow us to see how thin is the upcoming Motorola RAZR HD.
Moreover, we might as well look at a prototype whose design has nothing to do with the final product. We will keep you updated with the latest infos about Motorola RAZR HD, preferably coming straight from the maker of the device.