Motorola is preparing to take one of the newest members of its Droid Razr family to the U.K. Sept. 18, though it'll be slightly different than the version unveiled earlier Wednesday.
According to Pocket-lint, which spoke with Motorola, the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor-packing Razr M will re-debut in London sans Snapdragon and under a new name.
Motorola and Intel announced the event last week, promising to unveil an Android phone with an Intel chip inside.
Not much else will change between what we saw Wednesday and what's coming to Victoria House in a few weeks.
In speaking with Pocket-lint, Motorola reportedly said, "The form factor will stay the same."
The Sept. 18 event's hashtag, "#motoedge," implied we'd see a big display when Motorola lifted the lid on its announcement.
The M's got a 4.3-inch screen that's 40 percent larger than the iPhone 4S (according to Motorola), so its specs and Moto's hints appear to go hand in hand.
Currently running Ice Cream Sandwich, Motorola promised a Jelly Bean update is coming later this year for the M, Razr HD and Razr Maxx HD.
For a full round up on Motorola's Wednesday announcements, check out TechRadar's "What you need to know" page.
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