On Friday, we were able to show you some leaked pictures of the eagerly awaited Motorola DROID RAZR HD
. Thanks to an anonymous person who put the device through the graphical benchmark test on the NenaMark website, we have some more details about the eagerly awaited device. There is no TI OMAP chip in this DROID as the phone will be powered by the now familiar dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 CPU
matched on the graphics end with the Adreno 225 GPU. Since we will see the S4 team up with the Adreno 3xx by the end of the year, it all points to a launch of the phone around the summertime.
The site also confirms the 720 x 1196 HD display on the unit, hence the HD in the name of the phone. Throw in the 84 pixels for navigation and it works out to 720 x 1280. This will be Motorola's first HD device and with Android 4.0.4 installed, it will be the manufacturer's first U.S. bound phone that launches with Ice Cream Sandwich
running the show. Hopefully we will know whether reports of a RAZR MAXX matching 3300mAh battery are true along with the speculation about a 13MP camera. The phone has already appeared on third party Cellebrite systems.