By Stephen Schenck | August 30, 2012 2:31 PM
Last week, it started becoming clear that Motorola’s upcoming press event with Verizon might not be all about the Droid RAZR HD, after a couple signs of another model, the RAZR M 4G LTE, started arriving. We’ve seen some press renders of the phone already, but now a hands-on video has surfaced, giving us a better look than before at the handset’s overall design.
What we’ve heard about the RAZR M’s specs make it clear that while this one might not be as impressive as the RAZR HD, it should easily be able to stand on its own. The phone should run the popular Snapdragon S4, and the source of this video reports that the M’s performance is pretty spry. He also had good things to say about the phone’s battery life, noting that even under heavy usage, it held a charge for a full day; we guess Motorola’s learned it’s lesson after the original Droid RAZR.
With any luck, we’ll see both the RAZR M 4G LTE and the RAZR HD revealed at next Wednesday’s event.