It wouldn’t be a Monday with some juicy leaks to sink our teeth into. This is My Next have gotten their hands on a press shot of a supposed Motorola Android phone that is said to have some pretty interesting features. It’s said to be getting LTE radios – meaning either AT&T or Verizon could carry it at this point, and will also supposedly come to market with a never-before-seen 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display.
This is said to be the Motorola Spyder we’ve been hearing about, but the suggest it could be branded Motorola DROID RAZR when and if it makes its way to Verizon. Another possibility would be that this is the Motorola DROID HD with TIMN claiming their tipster is almost certain these are the same phones. It all gets so confusing.
Other rumored specs for the Spyder include a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, an 8 megapixel 1080p rear camera, an as-yet unheard of HD front-facing camera (likely 720p), 1GB of RAM and Webtop functionality.
TIMN has also procured shots of the next Motorola ATRIX phone alongside its newly-designed Lapdock 100. Inside will be what we expected: 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, an 8 megapixel camera with flash (and likely with HD video recording), a front-facing camera and a 4.3 inch qHD display. It looks like LTE radios won’t be inside but you do get HSPA+.
The Lapdock to go along with it is interesting as it takes a bit of a turn away from the designs we’ve seen Motorola use for current devices. Aside from the notable aesthetic changes you see below, we’re told it’s going to have a 10.1 inch display, down from current models’ 11.6 inches.
This will also be a universal Lapdock as Motorola has opted to employ a cable to make the connection between phone and dock. This certainly cuts down on costs of having to manufacture different models for different phones and it helps users who might be going from one device to another. [TIMN 1, 2]