Motorola's Blade could continue Droid Razr design

Images and details leak online for three unannounced Motorola smartphones, one of which could be called the Blade.

The rumored Blade PhoneHK

Thanks to a number of leaks, the preliminary details and images for three unannounced Motorola smartphones have arrived online. Likely to end up in international markets, the three models bear the familiar form factor that is seen in handsets like the Atrix 2 and Droid Razr.

Up first, we have a device that looks strikingly similar to the recently leaked Droid Fighter . Details are light for this model, though the display appears to be in the realm of 4.5 inches or larger with space across the bottom for soft keys.

The rear-facing camera is listed only as being "HD," which could mean anything between 8 and 13 megapixels. Viewed from the side, the phone appears to about as thick as the Razr Maxx , leading some to believe it may boast a similar 3300mAh battery. According to threads on Phone HK, it may be called the "Blade," but the real name may have been lost in translation.

The Motorola XT760 is expected to be a midrange Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset. Featuring an uninspiring touch-only design, the smartphone should offer users a qHD TFT LCD (960x540) display and run off of a 1 GHz dual-core ST-Ericsson processor. Rounding out the details are an 8-megapixel rear camera with auto focus and a 125 gram/ 9.88mm chassis.

Motorola XT760 PhoneHK

Finally there's the MT680, a lower-end Android handset that calls to mind the recently announced Motoluxe . Details include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a WVGA TFT LCD screen (480x800), a 5-megapixel camera, and either a dual-core 1 GHz or a single-core 1.5 GHz CPU. Weight and thickness are slightly above the XT760 and are listed at 135 grams (4.76 ounces) and 10.3mm respectively.

As of now, there's no indication as to where these models will end up, nor that their official names will be. Motorola tends to call its Chinese and international handsets by their model number so I wouldn't be surprised if the XT760 and MT680 monikers stick.

 

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