Motorola RAZR HD with model number MT887 is spotted in China with a 720p display and ICS

Motorola RAZR HD with model number MT887 is spotted in China with a 720p display and ICS
And the plot thickens surrounding Motorola’s update to its popular RAZR line! Roughly a little over a week ago, we got wind about the existence of the Motorola DROID RAZR HD thanks to a Motorola engineer, who uploaded a leaked document to their Picasa album.

This time, however, we’re seeing a couple of images emanating from China, which shows one blurry image of the device in question bearing the model number MT887. In addition to that, its 4.0.3 build number matches the one spotted in the leaked EXIF data posted by that Motorola engineer from last week.

With the other leaked photo of the Motorola RAZR HD that’s placed in between two other devices, which also bears the China Mobile logo, it’s being suggested that it’ll be sporting a 4.3-inch display – with the upgraded resolution of 720p to match its rivals. Additionally, it’s said that the bulk seen with the handset’s frame from the set of images, could indicate that it’ll be packing a sizable 3,300 mAh battery.

Now if you’re a Verizon customer thinking that this particular one will be coming to you, just remember that this is a China Mobile bound device, so it’s unclear as to whether or not we’ll see a DROID RAZR HD of some kind with a higher capacity battery, which some believe to bear the MAXX moniker in its name as well.

source: (translated) via Engadget & Android Community

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