Motorola XT907 for Verizon is found, appeares to be mid-range Motorola DROID RAZR

Motorola XT907 for Verizon is found, appeares to be mid-range Motorola DROID RAZR
A photograph shows a new Motorola device for Verizon, resembling a combination of the Motorola DROID RAZR, with the familiar Kevlar back,and the recently announced Motorola ATRIX HD for AT&T. Although not as anorexic as the former model, we do have a model number of XT907. If you want to know where that stands within the Motorola/Verizon lineup, the Motorola DROID RAZR is the XT912 while the unannounced Motorola DROID RAZR HD is XT926.

A user agent profile shows a device listed as the XT905, close enough to the XT907 that we should expect some similarities. While the XT905 is listed as having a qHD display, the resolution shows as 540 x 888 instead of the usual 540 x 960 for qHD. This would point to on-screen navigational controls which would point to Android 4.0 on board. Other gossip relating to the Motorola XT907 includes talk of an S4 processor and a white colored case. For those who just despise thick bezels, this model is supposed to have a very thin bezel.

Sounds like a very interesting addition to Big Red's lineup and while the carrier is currently busy with the Samsung Galaxy S III, there are some Moto fans in the world who are impressed with the Motorola ATRIX HD and would love to see what the Motorola XT 907 is all about.

source: Alibaba (translated), Softpedia via DroidLife

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