During the past few days the Motorola Droid RAZR HD has appeared on our radar on multiple occasions, most importantly it did so while boasting its final design and a possible time-frame when Motorola’s upcoming flagship phone might hit the market. However, as you may recall, last month we’ve talked a bit about what appeared to be an affordable version of the RAZR HD bearing the model number XT907. Judging by its back casing, this particular device appeared to head towards Verizon in the US, but other than that not much else has been revealed.
One month has passed ever since and now this mysterious Motorola XT907 shows itself once again, this time at the FCC.
Motorola Droid RAZR HD Spin-Off Heading Towards Verizon
There you have it. The XT907 has been spotted at the FCC not long ago, boasting Big Red 4G LTE network compatibility and NFC support.
Other than that not much has been revealed, but since the old rumor was indirectly confirmed by the FCC fillings we can now safely assume that the device will indeed come with a Kevlar back panel, might come in white as the Atrix HD at AT&T and it should sport a qHD screen boasting a resolution of 549 x 888 pixels alongside on-screen navigation keys and a Snapdragon S4 processor inside.
The above being said, in all fairness, we can’t really decide whether or not to look at this particular device as a RAZR HD spin-off, or as another variant derived from the original RAZR. I suppose we’ll need to wait and see what the XT907 will have to offer, but it does seem a bit peculiar at this point.
As for when exactly we might be able to learn more about the XT907, we expect this affordable RAZR HD variant (or beefed-up RAZR, whatever) to hit the market in a similar time-frame as its bigger counterpart, so October-November is all that we’ve got for now.
Thanks Droid Life for the heads-up regarding the affordable Motorola Droid RAZR HD spin-off.