Earlier this week, we have discovered that Motorola has intentions to announce a new phone alongside their Droid RAZR HD with Verizon at the event that will be taking place on September 5th. But, this new evidence has revealed Motorola’s big secret. The handset has been called the Droid RAZRM 4G LTE and will be featuring a ton of new spicy specs. It’ll have a 4.3 inch qHD 960 x 540 Super AMOLED Advanced display, a dual core MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 chipset and 1GB’s of RAM. The handset will also be featuring a 8 mega pixel rear camera that is also capable of recording 1080 video, a 3 Mega Pixel front-facing camera, NFC, full GSM \ HSPA+ global roaming capabilities and 8GB’s of storage. There will also be a microSD slot that will allow you to expand the internal storage capabilities by 32GB’s. This new handset, the RAZER M 4G LTE, will be launching with Motorola’s customized version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with the virtual keys as you might expect.
Design wise and visually speaking, this new Droid RAZR M highly resembles some of Motorola’s other recent devices, which offer the Kevlar backing that is found on the Atrix HD and RAZR Maxx (maybe if they stick with a similar design, Apple won’t sue them). Not only that, but the bezel around the screen looks to be very thin, which is something that Motorola has had a hard time with (just take the Atrix 2 for instance). With the IFA 2012 convention starting up tomorrow, Motorola & Verizon’s event on September 5th, this is seriously going to be a rather busy week for Android news.
I’m really most excited for what Sony has to show this week at the IFA convention. If you’ve read any of my Xperia articles, you’ve probably noticed I am really excited to see what they have to show this year. We’ve all seen their upcoming rumored Xperia tablet and the possibility of a new Xperia phone, but will we see anything else from them? They’ve really been quiet the past year, so it interests me to see what they’ll have to show. While Motorola and Google will probably have the floor, I think it really is going to be worth watching what Sony has lined up.
Any thoughts as to what we might see at the IFA this week from Sony? With recent news of Motorola trying to keep their devices locked up (root checker) will you be looking forward to this Motorola device or will you be switching phones with someone else (like Sony!)?
source: Talk Android