Following the success of the DROID RAZR and the DROID RAZR MAXX, Motorola has introduced three new models: DROID RAZR HD, DROID RAZR MAXX HD, and the Motorola DROID RAZR M, last week. All three models will run on Google’s Android ICS, and according to Motorola, will be updated to Android Jelly-Bean soon. Here is a take on the DROID RAZR HD.

The Droid RAZR HD has a 4.7inch, 720p HD display, which is bigger than the RAZR. It is reported to have 78 per cent more pixels then the older RAZR. The RAZR HD has a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, an 8MP cam and, supports LTE and NFC. It has two ports, micro-HDMI and micro-USB, on the left side, and also a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top. It also has a 2,500mAh battery which is bigger then what the RAZR had.

Size wise, the RAZR HD is 132X68X8.4mm. It is a bit thicker, less broad and taller than the older RAZR, which was 130X68.9X7.1mm.

On the design front, it uses the same Kevlar fibre as the previous RAZR, but this time it covers the whole back panel. The front is protected by Gorilla Glass. The sides are covered over by a titanium-colour ring that runs all the way around. The volume rocker and the power buttons are located on the rightside.

Droid RAZR HD is available in sleek black or stand out white, and “will be coming soon” for consumers in various countries throughout Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and South America. In the US, It will be out “before holidays” on Verizon wireless 4G LTE network.