If, for some reason, you want a Motorola smartphone but aren't happy with their numerous current smartphone offerings like the RAZR, RAZR MAXX, and Droid 4, the image above may hold the solution. According to a leak, what you see in the picture (the full image can be found below the break) is Motorola's latest smartphone, the Droid Fighter, posing next to the recently released RAZR.
In the picture, the Fighter appears much larger than the RAZR, and for good reason. If the source of the image is to be believed, the Fighter sports a 4.6-inch HD display, a whole 0.3-inches larger than the RAZR, with a full 720p resolution. To accommodate the larger display, the bottom bezel with the standard four Android buttons is gone, presumably replaced by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich's software based buttons, like those found on the Galaxy Nexus. The Fighter is also rumored to borrow the 3,300mAh battery found in the RAZR MAXX, and should share much of its build and design characteristics as well.
We still don't know if the Fighter will have a quad-core processor, fancy camera, or what Motorola will do in terms of skinning Android 4.0 with Ice Cream Sandwich, but if the 720p display is a reality and it does end up with a quad-core processor, then the Fighter could be a real winner. In my opinion, if it ends up as a dual-core device it would be just a little too close to Motorola's current offerings to make sense in the market, but even so you may not want to buy a RAZR MAXX just yet.