Motorola RAZR M HD Rumors

There is a new rumor making its rounds throughout the tech circles that the Motorola RAZR M is about to get a new successor, where it has been dubbed as the Motorola RAZR M HD for now. It is said that the Motorola RAZR M HD will come with a 720p resolution display that also gets a bump in the larger direction to a 4.5” display, although the processor as well as amount of RAM remains the same. There is the very real possibility of it coming with 16GB of internal flash memory though.

Of course, to accommodate this rumored newer generation smartphone, one of the bigger changes in the RAZR M HD would be a far larger 3,300mAh battery, which is a massive jump compared to the 2,000mAh battery that is found on the original RAZR M. We do hope to see more images and perhaps some sort of benchmark or certification of the Motorola RAZR M HD surface, otherwise it would remain the stuff of dreams at the moment.

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