By Evan Blass | September 14, 2011 1:00 PM
Thanks to some telling EXIF data, we’ve learned that Motorola is planning to bring together two of its most iconic brands in a device whose name alone is tantalizing: the Motorola Droid RAZR. Since the RAZR line’s standout feature was always its slim (for the time) body style, we’re assuming that Motorola has got a notably-thin Android handset in the works — and that immediately says Slimline to us.
The Motorola Slimline is an unannounced phone first revealed in a series of leaked screenshots from a website redesign. (Motorola requested that the images be taken down, although they are probably available through the right Google Image searches.) No details were given about Slimline’s features, and only the back of the phone was visible in the renders, which also tipped devices such as the Zaha, Tracy XL (a watchphone), and Xoom 2 tablet.
At less than three megapixels, this photo was surely captured at lower than the Droid RAZR’s full resolution, so we’re not bothering to link the full-size picture. As usual, keep in mind that EXIF data can be faked, although we’d consider that fairly unlikely in this particular situation.