Motorola’s new Droid HD makes cameo alongside Droid Bionic
We’ve just received a fascinating set of photos from a sharp-eyed tipster, who sent along images of what appear to be Motorola’s Droid Bionic and, most alluringly, that rumored handset known as the Droid HD (pictured above). This isn’t the first time we’ve seen leaked images of the Bionic in the wild, but these shots are certainly a lot clearer than any others we’ve come across. Still, there aren’t too many surprises here, with the global-capable handset boasting a TI OMAP 4430 1GHz dual-core CPU, 1GB of RAM, 4.5-inch display, an 8 megapixel rear camera, and microUSB / HDMI ports.
The real intrigue, however, lies with the Droid HD. Judging from the photos, this device seems to be running Gingerbread, and rocks a 4.5-inch display (presumably with qHD or even 1280×720 resolution, considering the device’s name), an 8 megapixel 1080p rear-facing camera, a front-facing shooter and the usual set of microUSB / HDMI ports. There’s also a pair of side loading SIM and microSD slots on the left side of the device, a volume rocker and what looks like a power button on the right, a slight bump for the camera pod around back (which sports an LED flash and speaker, as well), along with a large, thin battery that appears to be removable. Perhaps most notable about the HD is its seemingly super thin design — we’re estimating it’s between 8.5 and 9mm, which would put it in the same league as Samsung’s Galaxy S II, which measures 8.49mm.