If their recent actions are any indication, it seems to me that Verizon is currently to inundate the market with numerous premium smartphones. In just the past few months, they have released the Droid Bionic, Droid RAZR, Galaxy Nexus, and HTC Rezound, all high spec, high performance phones. Not only that, they also show no sings of slowing down, as what looks like another 4G Motorola beast showed up today in the company's computer systems.
As you can see in the image above, the previously unheard of Droid RAZR Maxx is nestled into the list of 4G smartphones between the original RAZR and the white RAZR. Unfortunately, the listing only confirms for sure the name of the product and its inclusion of Verizon 4G. However, I think it is safe to assume that a RAZR branded smartphone will include at least a qHD display, dual-core processor, and dual cameras, if not even more upgrades to warrant the new release.
The cycle of Android hardware upgrades has always been fast, but Verizon's current approach seems a little bit crazy. Any of their recent releases have been enough to upgrade, but if you signed a two year contract with the RAZR a month before Galaxy Nexus was announced, then you might be a little frustrated. I can't say I understand it, but it is still fun to see new devices so often, even if it is a bit confusing.[PocketNow]