Is this 4.6-inch Motorola handset the Droid Fighter?

Is this 4.6-inch Motorola handset the Droid Fighter?

A new Motorola handset found its way onto the internet yesterday and reports peg this unannounced smartphone as the Droid Fighter. Expected to hit Verizon in mid-April, the device looks to continue the familiar form factor employed by the Droid Razr, only larger. The picture points a Verizon-branded phone with a 4.6-inch 720p HD display and software-based buttons a la the Galaxy Nexus. Unfortunately that’s all we have to go on at this point; the rest of the specs are still unknown.

With a name like Droid Fighter we would assume that we’re getting next-generation hardware and software but we cannot say for certain. We’d like to see Android 4.0 with minimal Motorola influence, 16GB storage, a high-end dual-core or quad-core chipset, and one of those crazy batteries found in the Droid Razr Maxx.

Given there’s around one month to go before the phone hits Verizon we may expect to see the full specs leak out in short order.

What do you think of Motorola’s next Android device?  Too big for you or are you a fan of the 4.5-inch – 5.0-inch stuff?

Source: Engadget

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6 Comments

  1. Mike Donatello
    March 19, 11:02 Reply

    Don’t care about the #Droid Fighter. I’ll never buy another @motorola handset. #lockedbootloader

  2. CFG9000
    March 19, 18:57 Reply

    Scumbag Motorola/Verizon: Get rid of hard buttons, use the space for bigger Verizon logo instead of smaller bezel.

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