The Device Manager confirms that the Motorola DROID HD will be a LTE compatible device but will not be a world phone. The downside to that is that you might as well leave the device in your desk drawer when traveling abroad. On the other hand, lack of a GSM radio means that the DROID HD will be lighter than global models. The handset is already supposed to be the thinnest Android model made by Motorola.
The specs include a Kevlar chassis to protect the inner workings from water, a 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display and a 1.2GHz dual-core processor under the hood. 1GB of RAM is aboard and an 8MP camera captures video at 1080p. Yes, the DROID HD will also come with a front-facing camera for video chats and self-portraits. Pricing and a launch date are unknown although with things progressing rapidly, it shouldn't be too long before the latest Motorola DROID model comes to market.