Motorola Droid 4’s New Renders Leaked Showing Off Every Possible Angle

Motorola Droid 4

Just a few hours ago, we published a story about Motorola Droid 4’s launch delay, which will not arrive until early February. According to an updated document Verizon document that is running across a variety of sites that it could be coming on February 2nd, 2012. As par with the previous leaks, Motorola Droid 4 couldn’t see the light of day today and we thought we would instead show this new set of new renders of Droid 4 down in front of you.

Droid-Life has a couple of new renders of the Motorola Droid 4, showing the handset’s all sides – in every possible angle. We can see the rubberized-plastic line, matte finishing, as well as metal accents, which resemble Motorola Droid RAZR handset.

Read: Motorola Droid 4 Full Specifications.

So, you need to wait for a month and a half to get your hands on the 4G LTE slider. Hopefully, we will be seeing more press shots, live images of the Motorola Droid 4 handset, before it hits the markets. We like to hear an official announcement from Verizon for the Droid 4.

Check out our previous article: Motorola Droid 4 Vs. Motorola Droid RAZR- Specs Comparison.

Motorola Droid 4

Source: Droid-Life

1 thought on “Motorola Droid 4’s New Renders Leaked Showing Off Every Possible Angle”

  1. I have owned a droid 2 and loved it until gingerbread ruined the
    keyboard. So I upgraded to the Razr yes with 4G the battery life sucks,
    however I have noticed by using the wi fi were I work and at home
    instead of 4G the battery lasts all day, and the down load speeds are
    impressive, If I am out and about without the ability to charge it I
    turn off the 4G and use the older 3G. Using 3G on the Razr is much
    faster than my droid 2 could ever be, and my battery lasts all day.
    I am not to impressed with 4G, speed vs battery life? hell half the
    places I go to don’t even have a 4G signal. wi fi works well were I can
    use it, and my battery lasts all day I hope this helps my fellow Razr
    and 4G phone owners.
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