According to sources close to PocketNow, Motorola is gearing up to release a slew of new handsets in the near future. The first device is said to be launching worldwide and is being referred to as the Vanquish, also known as the Droid Razr HD according to some recent Verizon EXIF data. As you might have guessed, this device will sport a 1280 x 720 display and will be the first Droid device to dawn the HD classification. There are a few model numbers that are being referenced for this device, meaning it will most likely launch all over the world. Verizon’s version is said to be the XT926 which we have seen many times as the the Droid Fighter. The other model numbers being associated with the device are XT922 and XT980 which are headed for China, and XT923 (UMTS) and XT925 (LTE) which will land in other parts of the globe.
The next Moto device that has been tipped off is the Motorola Asanti, and is said to be heading for AT&T as the XT898 and elsewhere throughout the world as the XT897 and XT896. The Asanti is suggested to be an LTE equipped QWERTY device with a qHD display sporting a resolution of 960 x 540. It is believed that this will be Ma Bell’s version of the Droid 4 as we have seen it with Big Red. Joining up with the Asanti, AT&T is also slated to get another LTE device, the Motorola Dinara (MB886).
If you Sprint folks out there are feeling a bit left out don’t worry. Moto plans to release the follow up to last year’s Photon 4G, the Photon Q 4G LTE.
As if that wasn’t enough (or confusing to say the least), Motorola has a few other unknown devices up their sleeves as well. The Motorola Primus XT621, and the Motorola Yangtze XT881/XT885/XT886/XT889/MT887. Since there are so many variations of the Yangtze, it is believed that device will also see a global release. The last of those model numbers may sound familiar to some of you because it was recently released in China as the Motorola Razr V.
Did you get all that? Go ahead a take a few minutes to let it all digest. If you are still having troubles just know this… Motorola is releasing a butt-load of devices all over the world in the coming months and your carrier will most likely get one of them.