Motorola has certainly built a lot of expectations around its next two devices, the RAZR MAXX HD and RAZR HD, which we’ve seen blurry images leaked to China, photos of the devices under the brand names of retailers or even a little curious campaign to riddles Facebook profile producers.
The wait could be on the verge of coming to an end because, apparently, Motorola aims to market its products in October. Although there is no certain information about the two phones are similar in both technical specifications and should have a display with a resolution to 720p and be animated by a Snapdragon CPU at 1.5 GHz clock S4, all of course in addition to bringing Android that should be loaded in its version 4.0 IceCream Sandwich.
The main difference between the two phones will be in the size of the battery 3300mAh, and regarding the increased thickness of the shell, that the RAZR MAXX HD wear and that is the same differences that passes between the RAZR and the RAZR MAXX of current generation.
It is on these last two devices that the responsibility lies for the release date of their successors. According to sources, unspecified, who reported in October as a possible launch period it seems that Motorola will base the decision on how well those two phones will be positioned in the market during that period of time.
There is nothing solid and confirmed and then the arrival of HD RAZR and RAZR MAXX HD, which probably will become the flagship of Motorola, could be deferred and be further delayed in comparison to competitors’ products. Similarly there is no news about a possible presentation of the two handsets, and hopefully at the IFA 2012.