The Motorola Droid RAZR M leaked to the surface again today, this time showing off its white variant ahead of its rumored launch in New York City on September 5th.
Engadget leaked a photo of the white variant of the Motorola Droid M, a device that’s seen its fair share of leaks in recent days. The image depicts the same Droid RAZR M that we’ve seen numerous times already, though this one possesses a white coat of paint. The other Droid RAZR M model is black in color.
The design of the white Droid RAZR M is extremely similar to the white version of the original Droid RAZR which launched earlier this year.
While it’s not the most exciting design, it will definitely give those interested in this mid-range Android smartphone a bit of variety when they’re looking to pick one up.
The Droid RAZR M figures to be one of the device’s launched at Motorola and Verizon’s upcoming September 5th launch event, set to take place in New York City.
The mid-range smartphone is rumored to be joined by a high-end device called the Motorola Droid RAZR HD, though that phone has remained in the shadows as of late. It’s possible that Motorola and Verizon leaked the Droid M themselves to deflect attention from the Droid RAZR HD, a device that is likely to replace the original Droid RAZR.
As for the Droid RAZR M, it’s going to feature a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display with a qHD resolution, something that will separate it from the Droid RAZR HD. The Droid RAZR HD is said to have a 720p display, possibly measuring in at 4.6-inches.
The Droid RAZR M will also use a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor from Qualcomm and it will have 4G LTE connectivity. It’s also rumored to be coming with an 8MP rear camera, 3MP front-facing camera, global roaming capabilities, and Gorilla Glass 2.
Verizon is said to be looking for $149.99 on-contract for this device though all of these details remain unofficial until Motorola decides to take the wraps off.
That should happen in just a few days.
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