By Stephen Schenck | September 17, 2012 2:42 PM
Motorola revealed the Droid RAZR HD, RAZR HD Maxx, and RAZR M to the world nearly two weeks ago, but for a couple of those models, we’ve yet to get the full story on how they’ll arrive. The RAZR M may be up for sale already, but Motorola didn’t have much in the way of specifics to share about the Droid RAZR HDs. As we await official word, the company has already started confirming availability of their international cousins; can we read anything into the US launch from those dates?
Motorola plans to start selling the RAZR HD (dropping “Droid”) in Germany next month. Since the manufacturer doesn’t have a habit of making its Droid-series models available internationally before they debut on Verizon, you wouldn’t be crazy to expect the Droid RAZR HD and HD Maxx to similarly go up for sale in the States sometime between now and then. That might mean late September, or early October, but if this theory is to believed, we won’t be making it to November while still waiting on this pair to launch.
Separately, Motorola’s got its London even scheduled for tomorrow, where we expect it to show off the Intel-powered version of its RAZR M.