Additional Motorola Droid RAZR details

Motorola’s new Droid Razr has been causing quite a stir for some time now, and its no surprise with a packed list of impressive specifications. Slightly delayed with its initial release, the new Razr is now destined to arrive on 11.11.11, yes that’s right a day of tribute as we recognise Remembrance Day around the globe.

Additional Droid Razr information has filtered through of which we wanted to share with our readers.

According to Brad Molen over at Engadget, the first thing he notes is the entire thickness of the new Droid Razr and the attention to detail. The Razr is certainly a phone not to be snubbed at with a thickness of 7.1mm making it extremely thin. Developer Francois Simond, an individual who has already been reported on this morning (click here), was asked very kindly, whether he would look into the Razr’s display, Kevlar backing along with additional internals.

For the full listing click onto Engadget’s link, but to give you a basic synopsis and we have to say its fairly technical, Simond found the Razr to have a 1.2GHz TI OMAP CPU, PowerVR SGX540 GPU, CDMA Qualcomm MDM6600 baseband equalling that of the Bionic and Verizon’s iPhone 4, same Motorola Wrigley LTE as the Droid Bionic, STMicroelectronics LIS3DH 3-axis Accelerometer, TI TMP105 Temperature Sensor, a possible relation to the Webtop/LapDock with a Directional tap/double-tap Kionix KXTF9 sensor and so on.

Miscellaneous internals seen included Android 2.3.5, Linux Kernel of 2.6.35.7 etc.

Are you waiting for the new Droid Razr from Motorola?