The not-so-elusive Motorola Droid RAZR M surfaced today on video ahead of its presumed September 5th launch event in New York City.
Verizon’s upcoming Motorola Droid RAZR M is the worst kept secret in mobile at this point as it has now leaked out completely ahead of its unveiling next week. And despite all of the leaks, the video that Engadget obtained is the first time we have seen the device captured on video.
The video gives prospective Droid RAZR M owners a tour of the smartphone’s software and also gives them an unofficial glimpse at the design of the device that will mirror the designs of the original Droid RAZR and Droid RAZR MAXX.
We’re also given a good look at its 4.3-inch qHD display and it looks like Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich is going to be the software that is indeed running on the Droid RAZR M right out of the box.
The person who is in possession of this device pre-launch says that the device’s S4 Snapdragon processor is fast, he didn’t need to tell us that, but he or she also says that the device’s battery is able to hold down a full day of heavy usage. Of course, heavy usage differs from person to person so it’s unclear just what that means.
We also know that the Droid RAZR M will be coming in white, thanks to a leak yesterday and it’s also said to feature 4G LTE connectivity, an 8MP rear camera, 3MP front-facing camera, global roaming capabilities, and Gorilla Glass 2.
Fortunately, we should get a full official look at the Droid RAZR M next week when Motorola and Verizon take the stage to announce a new product or two on September 5th.
Motorola and Verizon are also rumored to be announcing the Motorola Droid RAZR HD, a new high-end smartphone. The Droid RAZR M appears to be a device targeting the mid-range as its rumored to be coming with a $149.99 price tag.
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