It would appear that Motorola is putting even more of an effort into its resurrected Razr line. Just a few months after the hotly anticipated Droid Razr stepped onto the scene, Motorola offered the same unit with an upgraded battery, making the Droid Razr Maxx my new favorite Android phone with an 8+ hour battery life (and that’s under extreme duress).
Today, just a few months after the Razr Maxx, we’re seeings signs of yet another Razr line upgrade: The Droid Razr HD.
You see, both the Droid Razr and the Razr Maxx are excellent handsets, but with both sporting a qHD display resolution it was somewhat inevitable that Motorola would have to go spec-to-spec with competitors at some point and put out a 720p display. After seeing the EXIF data left by a Motorola Mobility employee on a picture of his desk he posted to his Picasa account, we’re thinking the Droid Razr HD (codenamed Vanquish) may be the real deal.
EXIF data can, of course, be altered. But we’ve seen instances in which leaked EXIF becomes solid evidence for or against the existence of a phone. Remember that 8MP sushi picture the Internet freaked out over back in September?
Lending further to its credibility, we saw a leak a few weeks back on a 4.6-inch 720p Motorola handset called the Droid Fighter (pictured below) that looked a helluva lot like the Droid Razr. Methinks these are the same handset.
There’s only so much information we can get from leaked EXIF data, but the document does point to a f/2.4 aperture size and a 5mm focal length. And if that weren’t enough, we’re seeing Android version 4.0.3 ICS as well.
The Razr line has thus far really kicked ass for Motorola, and hooking up this design with a gorgeous display should only propel Motorola further forward.
Here’s that EXIF info:
[via Blog of Mobile]
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