Motorola DROID HD

Last updated: Jun 29th, 2011.

The Motorola DROID HD is a rumorored device that could launch before the end of 2011 for Verizon. Current rumors suggest it could also be called the "Sypder" and launch as the "Droid Razr."

Rumored specs point to a qHD display, 1.2GHz dual-core OMAP processor, "HD" front facing camera, 8MP rear camera, 1GH of RAM and compatible with Verizon's 4G LTE network.

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Rumored Motorola DROID RAZR Specs Surface Ahead of Oct. 18th Announcement?

BGR claims to have “confirmed” specs of the Motorola DROID RAZR, which has also been known as the Motorola DROID HD and the Motorola Spyder. We’ve got a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, a 4.3 inch qHD display, 1GB of RAM and 4G LTE. It’s not that we didn’t expect these specs from the get-go – these …

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 …

Cellebrite System Prepped for Nexus Prime, Droid HD, and HTC Vigor

Cellebrite, a system wireless providers use to transfer data between mobile handsets, has been updated with a host of long-rumored devices for Verizon. The Samsung Nexus Prime (listed under that name), Motorola Droid HD, and HTC Vigor have all found their place among Big Red’s other offerings. Of course, Cellebrite doesn’t do much to provide …

Motorola Droid HD Captured on Camera Next to Droid Bionic

Well what do we have here? A new Droid handset from Motorola, perhaps? What is seen in the above image is none other than the rumored Droid HD, pictured here for the first time. From what e gather the device will get a 4.5-inch display, one that very well could feature an HD resolution of …

Motorola DROID HD Apparently Outed on Flickr

Now this is a new one. An apparent Motorola DROID HD has been outed by Flickr, a service that usually pulls EXIF data from photos that identified what kind of device took the image. One soul in Liberyville, Illinois – where Moto’s headquarters just happen to be situated – has uploaded a picture from this …