Motorola Droid HD Appears In Verizon Device Manager


It was only 3 days ago we posted a few upcoming devices showing their names in the Cellebrite system. Now we have news the Motorola Droid HD has recently found its way into Verizon’s Device Management system. This is a very common occurrence after a device appears in the Cellebrite system so no real surprise there. What we did find interesting is the device is clearly listed as a 4G LTE device unfortunately, at the cost of global capabilities. If you’re not so big on traveling, this likely wont be a deal breaker for many of you.

The Motorola HD could see a name change by the time its finally released with rumors pointing towards the Motorola “Droid Razr.” The device is rumored to feature a qHD display, 1.2GHz processor, “HD” front facing camera and slimmer profile than the Droid Bionic. I’m still crossing my fingers we’ll see this device launch with a HD 1280×720 display.

[Via Droid-Life]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I wouldn’t care if the screen wasn’t HD as long as its not PenTile Matrix. It’s looking to be a beast of a phone, and Verizon will be plain dumb not to heavily advertise this. “The successor to the most critically acclaimed phone in history.”

  2. MOTO: Where TF is the T-Mobile love? Get off Verizon’s dick already

    1. I think that has more to do with T-Mobile than Motorola.

      1. I agree, and T-Mobile got love come on TM, Sprint, and ATT all got Galaxy S II phones, Verizon didn’t. Not saying its Samsung fault, I don’t know how carriers and phone makers decide who gets what but if I had to guess it would guess that they bid on them or something? TM and Verizon were supposed to get the Nexus One but towards the release Verizon’s name disappeared from the website.

  3. This is the one I’m waiting…to wait for lol.

  4. No global, no buy. I guess I’ll still stuck with my D2G. Next.

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