Motorola's Droid Razr Ultra and Droid Razr M Ultra Show up on a Cellebrite Machine, along with the Droid 2 Global?

It seems like in the past week or two, we've seen a number of leaks for Motorola's four new phones that are on their way this summer. The Droid Razr Ultra and Droid Razr M Ultra have appeared on a Cellebrite machine. Now many of you might wonder what the heck is a Cellebrite machine. It's a machine used to transfer data and information, like contacts, between phones. Keep in mind that having both phones on a Cellebrite machine doesn't mean that the release is imminent, although we pretty much already know it is imminent. But it does further confirm the model numbers. We already heard that the XT1030 is the Droid Razr M Ultra, and the XT1080 is the Droid Razr Ultra. Which is what this Cellebrite Machine shows.

The Droid Razr Ultra is said to be a 5-inch full HD display with 2GB of RAM, and pretty much high end specs. While the Droid Razr M Ultra, is the "mini" phone, which we've seen other manufacturers doing too lately. It's said to have a 4.3-inch display and more mid-range specs. Possibly even a dual-core processor inside.

What's interesting here is that the XT1060 is also listed. But it's unnamed. We've heard in the past that the XT1060 is the Moto X. Which is said to feature many customization options including engraving, wallpapers, colored back plates and more. The specs on the Moto X seem to be rather mid-range though, unless the rumors are false, which could be completely true. The Moto X's launch is imminent since the company has been upping their marketing for the new device, which they feel is their "hero" device. Hopefully they'll announce all these devices soon so we can end all the rumors.

How many of you are interested in one of Motorola's new phones? Let us know in the comments down below.

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