Just the other day, we reported that thanks to an FCC filing, it was revealed that the Motorola XT926, also known as the Droid RAZR HD would feature Verizon’s 4G LTE radio bands, global roaming and NFC capabilities. The rest of the specs remain unknown, but thanks to the sharp eyes of some, it has been spotted that within the FCC document, more details were uncovered pertaining to the battery life of the device. Under the “Testing” section, it was discovered that the battery of the Droid RAZR HD would not be removable and would sport a capacity of 2,530mAh.
This is obviously smaller than the 3,300mAh battery that was previously rumored, which can also be found on the Droid RAZR MAXX. No word on why Motorola decided to introduce a smaller battery especially since it was obvious that many users appreciated the larger 3,300mAh battery on the RAZR MAXX (especially with its 4G LTE capabilities!). Either way it is still more than the regular Droid RAZR, so we guess it’s better than nothing, right?
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