Motorola DROID RAZR HD Smartphone Existence Hinted by Picture Upload

April 16, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola Mobility is still alive and kicking, despite facing the possibility of being handed over from its present owner Google to Chinese player Huawei.

Significant is the fact that it does have excellent devices in its secret roadmap, to which the gadget crazy are waiting with intense anxiety.

In that case, even the photo sharing service Picasa can give you hot clues about Moto’s future gadgets, says certain tech news sources. Recently, a Motorola enthusiast who searched through Picasa, spotted pictures taken by a Motorola DROID RAZR HD smartphone – a name that does not officially exists so far. The fact is that they have found something interesting.

A search for the yet unknown gadget name yielded some photos in one Picasa account that belonged to somebody named Vic Yu. Further research on the social media sphere made it clear that Google profile and LinkedIn pages having the same name belongs to a person who is an engineer and program manager at Motorola Mobility.

However, as the news broke out, the photos in the account got mysteriously wiped, to leave nothing but one image.

However, certain sources managed to save the EXIF data of the pictures before the account got wiped. The EXIF data gives some interesting insights to the nature of the upcoming smartphone from Motorola.

According to the EXIF data, the camera used f/2.4 aperture and 5 mm focal length for an image. Interestingly, the device is listed as having Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3 build on it. The term ‘Vanquish’ found with the OS version name could be nothing but the product code name.

However, we are not ready to swallow the whole rumor as such, since the EXIF data can be easily faked. So the only option for our readers is to wait until we bring you the first official response from Motorola.

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