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Motorola's RAZR 2 / Canary pics!

Ryan Block
April 21, 2006
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Remember The Boy Genius, the dude who scored those CDMA Q shots way back in the year 2005? He's back, and hooked us up with some shots of Motorola's Canary, what we understand to be the true successor to the RAZR. Contrary to prior reports that this thing would run Windows Mobile, you can plainly see that it doesn't; we understand it uses the same software build as the RAZR V3x, which might imply it's a UMTS device as well. A second trustworthy source let us know that the device would pack a 2 megapixel camera, and would be positioned as Moto's new flagship phone due for Q4 2006 or Q1 2007 launch, which jibes with everything else we've been hearing, and starts to pull this picture together. More pics after the break!

P.S. It's worth noting, as we're told, that this phone is more or less just as thin as the original RAZR, just not as wide. And that's supposedly not a plastic exterior, but a soft-touch finish and aluminum detailing.











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