Motorola won’t be announcing the Droid RAZR HD on Friday after all

For the better part of the last 24 hours, we’ve been hoping that Motorola will finally officially introduce the RAZR HD this Friday. That’s because the phone maker started a teaser campaign yesterday on its Facebook page, where it said it would let us guess its new device until Friday, when it would make the big reveal. Naturally, we assumed that it was the Droid RAZR HD, since that’s been leaked countless times so far over the past few months.

But it looks like it was all about the Atrix HD, which is already available at AT&T. We know this because today’s ‘clue‘ about the ‘mystery’ device is that it has a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, and is already on the market in the US. Just one Moto device fits that profile right now: the Atrix HD.

Why Motorola would let us think it’s going to announce a new smartphone at first is still the mystery here. But it is what it is. If you’re waiting for the Droid RAZR HD, it looks like you’ll have to figure out how to be even more patient somehow.

Author: Vlad Bobleanta

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  • Phil

    This has always been the rumored processor…nothing new here

  • razr

    I thank there going to announce this phone around the same time the note 2 is announce which would be suicide its already a bit late to the game but I know for a fact that when this phone comes out it just gonna be a place holder for the new RAZR or nexus moto will release sometime in November or December knowing how moto love to screw people over by releasing new phones weeks later oh well gonna have to wait an see.

  • Alu Zeros

    no one cares, create something that’s going to wow people that’s actually going to top the iphone and nexus on hardware and software level

  • jeffhanson1

    Since Motorola took a step backwards and decided not to separate itself from the competition by continuing to use the Maxx’s revolutionary battery, who cares? Nothing separates this phone from the pack. While 2500mah is a larger capacity than the other 4.x” screens, it’s not head and shoulders apart like the Maxx’s battery is.

    Motorola seems to want to take the middle ground without having to release a regular and a “Maxx” version again.

  • cooksta32676

    It has the s4 chip….the Omap based phone would need a 4500mAh battery to outlast it stock.