Droid HD

Motorola Spyder revealed with Super AMOLED qHD screen, dual-core, and LTE

How about a new powerhouse Android smartphone to start our weekend? What has just been revealed is apparently codenamed the Motorola Spyder but sources are calling this the DROID RAZR. I'm not sure if I'm more excited to see the name RAZR be revived, or the fact it has a qHD 960 x 540 Super AMOLED display. More details and images after the break.

Motorola DROID HD caught in wild: Rivals Galaxy S II for thinness?

Images purportedly showing the Motorola DROID HD - and its DROID Bionic sibling - have emerged, with the 4.5-inch smartphone looking to rival the Samsung Galaxy S II when it comes to thinness. The shots sent to Engadget show what's estimated to be a sub-9mm thick phone presumed to have a qHD touchscreen. There's also believed to be an 8-megapixel autofocus camera with 1080p Full HD video recording support, together with a front-facing camera for video calls. The usual array of microUSB, microHDMI and microSIM slots are present, each arrayed around the edges. Full hardware specs are unclear at this time, though given Motorola has been pushing ahead with processors from NVIDIA and Texas Instruments, we're guessing silicon from one of the two will also show up in the DROID HD. No word on availability.

Motorola Droid HD May be Floating Around According to Flickr

We don't have much as far as details on this but it seems as if Motorola may be bringing a Droid HD our way in the coming months. Some recently revealed photos posted up on Flickr show as being taken with a Motorola Droid HD. To make things even more interesting, all of the photos seem to be geo tagged from inside some of Motorola’s offices in Libertyville, IL,.