By Stephen Schenck | August 24, 2012 11:36 AM
We’re waiting for Motorola and Verizon to get around to finally announcing the Droid RAZR HD, the successor to the first RAZR and RAZR Maxx. Based on an invitation the two companies sent out, it sounds likely that they’ll finally unveil the phone on September 5. However, a newly-leaked Verizon document doesn’t mention the RAZR HD anywhere, but the Motorola Droid M, instead; just what’s going on here?
BGR, which published the leak, seems to think that this Droid M is the RAZR sequel we’ve been hearing about as the RAZR HD. That just doesn’t make any sense to us, though, since we’ve seen the name RAZR HD tied to model number XT926. This Droid M, on the other hand, is model XT907. That guy popped-up earlier back in July, when we saw it sporting some Verizon livery. At the time, we speculated that it might be something to replace the original RAZR in Verizon’s lineup, though perhaps make some small changes like losing its capacitive buttons.
Does this mean that we might have multiple Motorola handsets to learn about on September 5? It certainly seems possible now, and we’ll know for sure in just a couple weeks.