Trio of unannounced overseas Motorola handsets includes the Motorola Blade

Trio of unannounced overseas Motorola handsets includes the Motorola Blade
A trio of unannounced Motorola phones, all with that unique Motorola DROID RAZR look, has been leaked including one high-end model apparently titled the Motorola Blade. This model resembles the recently leaked DROID Fighter and appears to be equipped with a display in the area of 4.5 inches or larger, with room at the bottom for soft keys. The camera on back is listed as being HD although no exact MP figure was mentioned. From the side, this handset is about the same thickness as the Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX which means it could have the same sized 3,300mAh battery inside.

Motorola XT760

Motorola XT760

The mid-range model among the three is the Motorola XT760 and should have a TFT LCD display with qHD resolution and a dual-core 1GHz ST-Ericsson processor under the hood. With Android 2.3 installed, this device should have an 8MP rear camera with AF and weigh 125 grams while measuring 9.88mm thin.

Lastly, the trio's low-end model is the Motorola MT680. Also loaded with Android 2.3, this phone has a TFT LCD screen with WVGA resolution and will have either a dual-core 1GHz processor or a 1.5GHz single-core one. A 5MP camera is on the back and the handset comes in a bit heavier (135 grams) and thicker (10.3mm) than the Motorola XT760.

Prices and launch dates are unknown for the trio. Also unknown is the destination of these three models and what each of them will officially be named. We will probably see these three in the Chinese and other international markets.

source: PhoneHK via CNET


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11 Comments

1. Saamic

Posts: 119; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

I think we might be getting another Droid Razr variantttttt...

9. Jimstar

Posts: 259; Member since: Oct 24, 2011

that's a pretty bad stutter there...

2. e.wvu unregistered

So this is basically a Droid Razr with a different name?

7. MorePhonesThanNeeded

Posts: 645; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

Dude the screen size is 4.5", how is that the Razr with a different name, it's not even the same specs, they just sport the Razr design. Roast! Great to see that Moto is going to use that thin form factor in upcoming top of the line phone models. Looking at that photo, that barely resembles the razr, looks more like the SGS to me.

3. Allen3697

Posts: 86; Member since: Mar 26, 2012

Droid Fighter: DROID RAZR MAXX PLUS HD XL

4. KingKurogiii

Posts: 5713; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

hmm...Droid Blade..sounds interesting. none of these really look as good as my Razr though and none of them resemble that behemoth that leaked for Verizon a few days ago.

10. troybuilt

Posts: 155; Member since: Dec 16, 2011

LOL! I agree, but hey look it's another GB phone! Good going Motorola. I guess they haven't figured out ICS yet. Verizon can't be blamed for this one for Motorola staying behind in the updated OS. I still love my RAZR MAXX though, just can't wait for the ICS update sometime next year I guess. I do like the name "Blade" it reminds of the movie. :)

5. rockstarlive

Posts: 307; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

I think Verizon might get one of them. I wouldn't mind a mid range.

6. Murfpass

Posts: 23; Member since: Aug 23, 2011

Am I the only one that thinks all Motorola phones look the same? HTC and other companies at least change them a little bit.

8. MorePhonesThanNeeded

Posts: 645; Member since: Oct 23, 2011

Only recently has any two moto phone looked similar that wasn't a revision or sequel model phone, well they aren't even out yet. I think you are alone in your train of thought though, only thing pretty similar about Moto phones is their durability, they seem to be built rather sturdy.

11. AllEyezOnMe

Posts: 4; Member since: Feb 27, 2012

Isn't the new Blackberry 10 called blade?

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