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Motorola Razr Blade codename pops up online

Under: Mobile Phones, Motorola
By:Debbie Turner | March 27th, 2012

It looks as though another Motorola RAZR smartphone is on the way as some leaked images have floated to the surface to grab our attention. Dubbed the Motorola Razr Blade it looks pretty similar to a previously leaked Motorola device featuring an Intel Medfield processor.

The images were leaked by PhoneHK, a Motorola forum that has come up with some other leaks lately about Motorola devices, one of which was the Motorola Droid Fighter. In fact the Razr Blade does look extremely similar to the Droid Fighter although there appear to be some small differences.

Over on Phandroid the similarity between the Droid Razr Blade and the Droid Fighter heading to Verizon is also noted and it’s felt therefore that the specs will be very similar. Although we don’t have any specs for the Razr Blade yet we do have some leaked specs for the Droid Fighter including an Intel processor and that all-important operating system, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

One of the other things we can tell you about the Droid Fighter is that it looks to have a 4.6-inch HD display and the Razr Blade pictured appears to be around the same size. The Droid Fighter has also had mention of a 3300mAh battery, the larger battery included on the Droid Razr Maxx, and is rumored for release in April.

As we pointed though these leaked specs are for the Droid Fighter but given the resemblance it does seem likely that the Razr Blade may have very closely matching specs and features and a 3300mAh battery would certainly be welcomed. Indeed Cnet notes that the Razr Blade is also seen to have an HD camera, meaning between 8 and 13-megapixels, is very slim as with the original Razr and also feels the name Razr Blade could have been a mix-up in translation.

All-in-all then there’s nothing very concrete on the Motorola Razr Blade yet, not even the name, but we know how many of you like to hear leaks about upcoming devices. What are your thoughts on the Razr Blade?

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