Verizon is expected to launch the Motorola Droid RAZR HD on their network. While there has been no official word yet, a listing for the device was recently spotted in CelleBrite systems, leaving us to believe that an announcement or a launch could be imminent. Thanks to the folks at PocketNow, it seems that an international version of the Droid RAZR HD will be made available in other countries and is expected to be known as the Motorola Vanquish. Assuming this information is accurate and that the international version could be released ahead of Verizon’s version, those looking forward to getting their hands on the 720p HD display version of the RAZR will most likely have to resort to importing it in themselves.
Speaking of Motorola devices, AT&T is expected to receive one of their own as well. According to the reports, a certain Motorola Asanti XT898 will be arriving on the carrier’s network although it was not stated as to when. Based on the rumors, it will feature LTE connectivity, a qHD 960×540 display, a full QWERTY keyboard and will come preloaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. If the information is accurate, we expect it shouldn’t be too long before we get the details, so stay tuned! Until then we suggest taking this with a grain of salt for now.
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