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Photo metadata suggests Droid Fighter is Droid Razr HD

updated 03:10 pm EDT, Fri April 13, 2012

Photos say Droid Fighter will be Droid Razr HD

Newly leaked photos and corresponding EXIF data indicate from Japanese site Ameblo indicate that the leaked Droid Fighter smartphone from Motorola will be called the Droid RAZR HD upon launch. The EXIF data of the captured photo contains both the Droid RAZR HD name and the earlier Vanquish codename for the handset, then known only as the Fighter. The phone may retain the Fighter name for some markets, though if whether that's true isn't known.

The data otherwise reveals a fairly advanced camera with good output. The resulting image sports a 2048x1536 resolution, though this isn't likely to be the maximum size. The aperture of f2.4 will match that of the iPhone 4S, and the megapixel count may be at or higher than 13.

The HD moniker is likely to refer to the expected 720x1280 resolution of the large touchscreen, which may be as large as 4.6 inches.

The only other piece of news regarding this handset is that it contains Android 4.0.3 onboard. When, where, and how much the phone will cost are all unknown at this point. Considering the branding, however, it's a good indication Verizon in the US will carry the device at some point in the future. [via Droid-Life]








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