Featured: Motorola Bringing Vanquish as International Droid RAZR HD, Asanti with LTE to AT&T and More to Market

It seems like for the upcoming near-future it's business as usual at Motorola Mobility, despite having a new owner. There seems to be a lot that Motorola would like to bring to market on their own. As such they seem like they'll be rather busy this summer with upcoming releases of a number of phones across the globe and on different carriers here in the US.

The Vanquish appears to be an international variant of the upcoming Droid RAZR HD - featuring a 1280x720 panel -  that we've seen leak out in EXIF data before now for the Verizon version. It seems the Vanquish will be coming to Verizon with a model number of XT926, it'll be sold globally as the XT923 and XT925 in UMTS and LTE flavors, respectfully. It'll be going China with the numbers of XT922 and XT980.

Along with the Vanquish comes the Asanti, said to be coming to AT&T's 4G LTE network with a model number of XT898 - it's said to be going elsewhere with the numbers of XT897 and XT896. This one looks like it could be AT&T's Droid 4 sporting a QWERTY-keyboard and a qHD screen, this could well be AT&T's Milestone. Alongside Asanti will be the Motorola Dinara MB886 sans keyboard.

Along with these is coming a followup to last year's Photon 4G, Sprint's Photon Q 4G LTE. Also coming from Moto seems to be some devices that we don't know a lot about right now, these being the Motorola Primus XT621 and Motorola Yangtze XT881/XT885/XT886/XT889/MT887. So, there you have it, a lot of numbers there but, it seems that Moto is ready to bring devices to market once again.



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