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Verizon Expected to Announce the Motorola DROID M in the Coming Weeks, a …

Verizon Expected to Announce the Motorola DROID M in the Coming Weeks, a …

Verizon Expected to Announce the Motorola DROID M in the Coming Weeks, a …
News from Droid Life:

Verizon and Motorola are gearing up to announce the DROID M, a mid-range device that you can see pictured above. The device was previously only known by the name XT907, but we also referred to it as the RAZR Mini. It passed through the FCC not long ago, and should sport a qHD display, 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 4G LTE and NFC. The device will come in both black and white and sell for $ 149 on 2-year contract. 

BGR is reporting that it will have an HD display, but I think their source is confusing this phone with the actual RAZR HD. They will more than likely unveil both devices in New York on September 5.

Via:  BGR

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Related News:
Google cuts at Motorola cost 160 San Diego workers jobs
News from U-T San Diego:

About 160 workers at Motorola Mobility’s facility in San Diego are among the 4,000 employees worldwide who are losing their jobs as new owner Google seeks to make the business profitable.

Motorola Mobility confirmed the job cuts at its San Diego center in a phone interview with U-T San Diego. The company also posted the layoff notice with the state under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.

Several Motorola Mobility business units operate in San Diego, including groups that design cable modems, gateways and other broadband communications gear. Some mobile phone and other business operations also are located here.

Christa Smith, a Motorola Mobility spokeswoman, declined to say what business units in San Diego were hit hardest by the layoffs.

Motorola Mobility employed about 750 workers in San Diego prior to the job cuts.

Google bought Motorola Mobility three months ago for $ 12.5 billion, with analysts saying it mainly wanted the company for its large patent portfolio to bolster legal defenses surrounding its Android operating system for smart phones.

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