For those that like a little kick in their mid-range devices, Motorola might have exactly what you’re looking for. Bound for Verizon Wireless, the recently rumored Motorola Droid M is once again appearing before an official announcement in a set of leaked press shots along with full spec list.
The LTE equipped device will come with a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED “bezel-tastic” qHD Gorilla Glass 2 display, the now standard Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8MP rear with complimentary 3MP front facing camera, global roaming support, micro SD slot (I can hear the cheers already) and NFC on board. The above promo shot also shows software making Ice Cream Sandwich a shoe-in at launch.
Motorola is throwing an unveiling event scheduled for September 5th, where it’s more than likely we’ll see both this little fella, along with the RAZR HD, make an appearance. Expect the Droid M to hit with an affordable $150 pricing. What do you guys think about the DM? Is it a nice enough upgrade from the OG RAZR for those that wont commit to the RAZR HD?
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