On Monday, the Motorola DROID Bionic was seen yet again in a few photos picked up by the fine folks over at Engadget. But, while seeing the Bionic again is nothing to scoff at, there was another, unknown handset making the rounds at the same time. The handset is now known as the Motorola DROID HD, and information regarding the device was obviously pretty thin. However, thanks to some fine, unnamed sources speaking with Droid-Life, some clarification may have been found about the future phone.
While specifications for the handset are still anyone’s guess right now, we may have a name to go on. According to the unnamed sources, the phone in question, known now as the DROID HD, may actually be known as the Spyder internally. So, what does that mean? It probably means that the Spyder name is being used within Motorola and Verizon testing labs, but when the handset finally makes it to store shelves, we should probably expect a different name. Will the DROID HD title stick? It’s possible, especially if the phone’s rumored 720p display specifications pan out. We will just have to wait and see how things go from here, but we will probably be seeing more of the Spyder, or DROID HD, very soon.