Motorola DROID RAZR HD spotted in Verizon internal system

Need some more evidence that a high-powered update to the DROID RAZR is incoming? Then you're an overly needy Android fan. But we aim to please: the Motorola DROID RAZR HD (previously known as the DROID Fighter) has been spotted in the Cellebrite system, one of Verizon's methods for keeping track of their retail items for third parties. A forum poster on broke the news. That's a good indication that the DROID RAZR HD will be here in a couple of months at the latest.

Rumor: Verizon roadmap shows Galaxy S III, HTC phablet and new RAZRs

One of the biggest questions for those of us in the US following the torrent of Galaxy S III rumors has been which stateside carriers will get the upcoming Samsung superphone. According to BGR, Verizon's leaked roadmap shows the Galaxy S III among many other high-end devices, some of which we've seen before and some we haven't. Notably a new large-screen device from HTC and new versions of the Motorola DROID RAZR are set for a late summer or fall release.

Motorola RAZR HD spotted running ICS in China

We're seeing more and more evidence of an upgraded RAZR device coming from Motorola very soon. In addition to the DROID Fighter/DROID RAZR HD sneak peeks, spotted a new model, the Motorola MT887, hanging out next to a couple of existing devices. The phone has a 4.3-inch screen as opposed to the larger one spotted on the DROID, but comes with an extra surprise: it's running Ice Cream Sandwich. Connoisseurs take note: this has to be one of the best examples we've seen of blurrycam photography!

DROID RAZR HD aka DROID Fighter spotted in EXIF data

We've still only seen a fleeting glance at the DROID Fighter, now thought to be a codename for Motorola's DROID RAZR HD, but it looks like someone's been using it to take some nice still-life photos. The elusive phone was spotted in the EXIF data of an otherwise innocuous photo with the model of "DROID RAZR HD", at once confirming both Verizon as the carrier (as they're the only ones who use the "DROID" brand) and Motorola as the manufacturer. Alas, we're still in the dark as far as a release date is concerned.
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