By Evan Blass | December 22, 2011 3:47 AM
It seems that Verizon is preparing its DroidDoes minisite for the arrival of the RAZR-esque Motorola DROID4, although as far as we can tell, the content is not actually live yet (the screenshot is purportedly from the mobile site). While not much about the 4 remains unknown save for a price and release date, the near-final looking appearance of the alleged promo page would seem to at least indicate that a launch is close at hand.
Coming just about six months after the DROID3′s debut, the Gingerbread 2.3.5-powered 4 offers a sleeker form factor along with LTE connectivity, and steps up the rest of the internals somewhat as well: the dual-core processor has been bumped a few hundred megahertz to 1.2GHz, while the DDR2 RAM clocks in at 1GB.
We’ll almost certainly see the DROID4 hit stores before the end of the month, but as with the Galaxy Nexus, rumored ship dates keep coming and going. The latest leak from Droid-Life points to a release on the 22nd, so we can’t really be sure if there are delays at play here or not.