Motorola DROID RAZR M 4G LTE leaks for Verizon, packs 4.3-inch qHD display and Android 4.0

Earlier this week, we discovered Motorola’s intention to announce a new phone alongside the Droid RAZR HD at its event on September 5th, but new evidence has prematurely revealed Motorola’s secret. Dubbed the Droid RAZR M 4G LTE, the new handset will feature a 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540) Super AMOLED Advanced display, a dual-core MSM8960 Snapdragon S4 chipset and 1GB of RAM. Users will also get an 8-megapixel rear shooter capable of recording 1080p video, a 3-megapixel front-facing camera, NFC, full GSM / HSPA+ global roaming capabilities and 8GB of internal storage with room for expansion via MicroSD. The RAZR M 4G LTE will launch with Motorola’s customized version of Android 4.0, complete with virtual soft keys.

Visually, the Droid RAZR M significantly resembles Motorola’s other recent handsets, offering the same type of Kevlar backing found on the Atrix HD and RAZR Maxx. Additionally, the bezel around the screen appears to be extremely thin, which is something Motorola has struggled with in the past. With IFA just days away, and the company’s event slated for September 5th, it’s bound to be an interestingly busy week of Android news.

Source: Engadget


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Born in southern California, Colton is a self-proclaimed tech enthusiast. His first Android handset was the Motorola Backflip, though his passion for technology began when he received his first Windows 95-powered PC for a Christmas present as a child. Dumbfounded by the capabilities of the machine, he discovered an inherent fascination for software and electronics. Colton wrote for numerous news publications before establishing his own popular technology-oriented website. When he's not writing about or playing with the latest gadgets, he enjoys watching football and destroying friends in his fantasy league, preferably while eating Mexican food. Colton currently attends the University of Redlands, where he plans to major in journalism.


  • Rahul Sharma

    If the image is correct, it violates Apple’s patent on rounded egde rectangles…Back to the drawing board.