Motorola's DROID RAZR has been a pretty popular smartphone, and it even got a bigger brother in the RAZR MAXX. While we've seen multiple better versions of the RAZR floating around in other parts of the world, especially China, none have arrived in the US with a 1280 x 720p HD resolution. Today we are now hearing rumors some improved models are on the way for Verizon and AT&T both.
We've seen reports and leaks of a DROID RAZR HD for a long time now. While we originally thought the RAZR would be HD it never panned out. Now according to Pocket Now Motorola has two in the pipelines that are on their way soon. First, the Motorola Vanquish that will most likely be called the Motorola DROID RAZR HD, coming to Verizon as model number XT926 with 4G LTE which goes right along with yesterday's inventory entry.
Then there's also talk about a similar version headed to AT&T, also with 4G LTE. The Motorola Asanti is the codename for AT&T's flavor of the DROID RAZR, although it will line up more along the lines of the Motorola Atrix HD. Another report suggests the Asanti will have a QWERTY slider keyboard and only a 540 x 960 resolution, and not be HD. Either way it looks like Motorola is getting ready to start their next few LTE phones for Big Red and AT&T. Stay tuned for more details as Motorola phones usually leak in large numbers.