Motorola event next week seem to be out in the wild hanging out and soaking up the sun. The Motorola DROID RAZR (codenamed Spyder) is the new device many are really excited about from both Motorola and Verizon, and we also have some eyes on with the new Motorola Xoom 2.
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DROID RAZR MAXX with its extended battery, a couple of local Chinese versions and a mystery phone that's probably coming as the DROID Fighter. Add one more to the pile: The RAZR MAXX XT910 is an international GSM version of the DROID RAZR MAXX, currently on sale in China. Aside from a new radio and some branding, the RAZR MAXX XT910 is identical to its American cousin.
Motorola DROID RAZR will simply be known as the "Motorola RAZR" in every territory outside the United States, and at least one is getting right in front of the vague "November" launch date set for the phone. According to online retailer Clove, the first stock of Motorola RAZR will be available in the United Kingdom on November 1st. The price is £379 or £454.80 after some expensive Value Added Tax, which comes out to $716 USD.
Galaxy S II devices fair up to the new iPhone 4S. Though the Nexus Prime was unexpectedly delayed from its launch last Tuesday, expect us reporting live this Wednesday at 10pm ET straight from Hong Kong, China!
expected to reveal the DROID RAZR (AKA the DROID HD or DROID Spyder) along with Verizon in New York City on the 18th. Boy Genius Report has yet another tipster with the inside line on the new hardware, and it's certainly worth a look.
DROID RAZR from Motorola is seems they've gone on a buying spree and are snatching up all the domains they can regarding the "RAZR" brand for the upcoming device. I'm excited to see the brand revealed and just last week Motorola finally acquired the domain name MotorolaRAZR.com, only 7 years late since the device was around long ago. Who's ready for a comeback?
DROID HD new details are claiming this is actually codenamed the "Spyder" and will officially be called the Motorola DROID RAZR. The leaked press images look nice but today we are seeing a potential benchmark result of the rumored handset.
XDA Developers have done it again. The Honeycomb SDK has now been ported to the HTC Evo. Thanks to the nifty and good work by XDA member spyderdreams, as well as a few others this port is well on it's way. Of course it's only compiled from the Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK so it is still very much a work in progress. See our photo after the break.