By Stephen Schenck | December 28, 2012 11:38 AM
Alongside the RAZR HD and RAZR Maxx HD earlier this year, Motorola introduced the smaller, slightly lower-end RAZR M with a 4.3-inch qHD display. Now a new rumor suggest that Motorola is already looking to create a successor to the RAZR M, with some specs arriving to describe a so-called RAZR M HD.
Sure enough, the M HD would supposedly move up to a 720p screen, and while it would grow slightly to 4.5 inches, would still be a little more petite than the RAZR HD’s 4.7. The processor and RAM would stay unchanged, but the phone might get 16GB built-in flash.
Besides that higher-res display, the other big change in store for the RAZR M HD, at least according to this rumor, would be a much larger 3300mAh battery; that’s compared to only 2000mAh on the original RAZR M. In that sense, this sounds like a bit like it should be called the RAZR M Maxx HD.
For now, there’s still not much to help collaborate these claims, but what do you think about the idea of this phone? Is Motorola churning-out too much similar hardware, or would you like having new options like this?