Motorola DROID Fighter revealed and compared to the RAZR

Ben Kersey - Mar 19, 2012, 8:20am CDT
Motorola DROID Fighter revealed and compared to the RAZR

Motorola and Verizon upset some customers with the release timing of the DROID RAZR and RAZR MAXX, and just three months after the MAXX’s debut, we could be looking at yet another flagship phone from Motorola and Big Red. The first picture of the DROID Fighter has been leaked via forum PhoneHK, which looks to dwarf the already large RAZR MAXX.

Side by side, the DROID Fighter appears to have a larger screen than the RAZR, said to be 4.6-inches, and ditches the capacitive keys at the bottom of the phone, presumably for constant on-screen keys instead, like the Galaxy Nexus.

The screen is also said to be “high-definition” – we’re guessing 1280×720 – with the battery coming in at 3,300mAh, identical to the RAZR MAXX. The original DROID RAZR’s battery has a capacity of 1,780mAh. There’s no mention of LTE connectivity, although it’s safe to assume that will be on-board given it was available on the RAZR and RAZR MAXX.

As for a release date, a leaked internal document from Verizon just a few weeks ago marked the DROID Fighter as hitting shelves on April 12th. There was no mention of price, although judging from recent flagships releases, you’ll probably be looking to throw down $300 for the device on a two-year contract.

[via Droid-Life]

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