There is at least one Motorola Droid Razr making its rounds out there – and hopefully not getting lost in a bar after a night out with drinks and good friends, of course. Also known as the Motorola Droid HD, the Droid Razr has apparently had its performance benchmarked using the NenaMark web site, and so far the benchmark has churned up several interesting details, where among them include a qHD resolution, a dual-core 1.2GHz processor (some say that is the TI OMAP 4430 chip), a Power VR SGX540 GPU within as well as Android 2.3.5 – now that’s interesting.
No idea on whether the stock Android operating system will still be there when the Droid Razr is finally released, but only time will tell. Before I end this post, just in case you were wondering what the heck this NenaMark test is all about concerning the Droid Razr, it is a graphics performance benchmark application for Android models, where the Droid Razr snagged a respectable 48.20 – higher than the Droid Bionic and Droid 3, albeit slightly. The current “winner” of this test would be the unannounced Samsung Illusion that picked up a total of 79.20, for comparison’s sake.
No idea on when Verizon Wireless will ship the Droid Razr to the masses, but hopefully it will be in time for the holiday season.
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