A photo of a new Motorola smartphone thought to be the Droid Razr has cropped up online, ahead of the company’s major press call tomorrow.
Pieced together by Droid Life from a monkey puzzle of images on Moto’s official teaser site, the snap reveals a super slim handset with an HD camera and super fast 4G connectivity in territories where the network infrastructure is up and running.
Also in evidence is the much-rumoured Kevlar back, meaning the Droid will double nicely as a bullet stopper – in much the same way silver card cases appear to have done for lucky WW2 soldiers – and an eye on its homepage that looks like it’s straight out of Mordor.
Motorola is set to officially unveil the phone tomorrow - a decision that doesn’t seem terribly smart given that it puts it in direct competition with the much-anticipated Google Nexus Prime, which is also launching tomorrow for this week's tech headlines.
Still for what it’s worth, the Droid Razr is expected to hit retail in December, presumably without the ‘Droid’ part of its moniker which has been dropped in the UK for earlier Android Moto kits.
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