Motorola DROID RAZR passes through NenaMark benchmark tests

While both Motorola and Verizon are staying quiet on the next high-end device launching from Motorola, that’s not stopping some intrepid folks out there from putting the device through the standard tests out there. This time around, the DROID RAZR has gone through the testing gauntlet over at NenaMark, and the results show us some specifications that we’ve heard about in the past, but that are still sounding great.

The Motorola DROID RAZR, according to the NenaMark testing, will feature a display with a 960×540 resolution, which aligns with the previous rumors of a qHD display. There’s also a 1.2GHz processor under the hood, which has rumored to be of the OMAP 4430 variety. And finally, the device will reportedly feature Android 2.3.5 right out of the box. We’ve heard that the handset will have a 4.3-inch display, so those of you who are looking for another large handset to show off to your friends, the DROID RAZR may be just the thing for you.

Of course, while the NenaMark tests are a good indicator for what’s coming, nothing is set in stone quite yet. While these specs do line up with what we’ve heard in the past, there is always room for changes with an unannounced device. So, for now, keep that salt shaker handy.

via PhoneDog

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