Sorry to ruin the surprise, but if you’ve been enjoying the thrill of refreshing Motorola’s teaser page until something happens, you can stop right now. Droid-Life has gotten their hands on a full version of the image that’s still mostly shrouded in mystery on Motorola’s site.
Alright, so it doesn’t reveal anything we didn’t already know. It’s very thin, as Motorola is fond of pointing out, but it’s tough to say if it’s actually thinner than the iPhone 4/S. It actually seems to cop a lot of the Droid X/X2’s design language, which isn’t a surprise considering Motorola’s penchant for running with slight variations on a design for years.
From what we’ve heard, the RAZRSpyder will reportedly pack a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3-inch display, and 1GB of RAM. It also manages to squeeze an LTE radio into its svelte frame, which would make it one of (if not the) thinnest LTE phone in Verizon’s line up. If true, the specs are plenty speedy, but here’s hoping the experience runs as smooth as it seems like it should on paper.
There is still one surprise Motorola has left for us: the device’s name. Poking around in the page’s source code reveals a handful of references to the “Spyder,” one of the rumored monikers the phone has been sporting for months now.
Then again, the inclusion of the big ol’ Droid eye seems to confirm that handset will benefit from Droid branding and presumably the big marketing push that comes with it. Could this thing be the Droid RAZR after all? Or perhaps some lexical amalgamation of the two? In any case, we’ll have all the answers these questions come noon tomorrow.