A little less than a week ago we posted a photo that appeared to be the Android packing Motorola DROID RAZR. That image goes right along with the leaked photo that was pulled from Motorola’s teaser site. The DROID RAZR looks to fit nicely with the design signature that Motorola has used for other Verizon handsets, such as the DROID X and DROID X2, in the past. It is a slab-style Android device that has an unusual hump on the
back where the camera goes.
The DROID RAZR is expected to have a 4.3-inch (540x960), Super AMOLED display in addition to its razor-thin design. Powering the device is rumored to be a dual-core 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM. An 8 megapixel camera should occupy the hump on the back that can also record video in full 1080p HD. A front-facing camera is present to aid in taking those pesky self-portraits and video chatting over the blazingly fast 4G LTE network that the DROID RAZR will support.
In a matter of hours we will know all that there is to know about Motorola’s latest flagship. Motorola seems to building this thing up as the greatest thing since sliced bread so let’s all hope that the DROID RAZR can deliver on the promises.