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  1. cereal killer

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    This new Moto phone is dropping on AT&T Q4. Motorola Fauth. I would like to say that the Droid HD is probably going to sport the same specs but one never knows. What say you?

    Specs:

    Motorola Fuath MB865: This is that alledged Atrix fllow-up that we saw late last month. Packs Android 2.3.4, 960x540 qHD screen, 1GB RAM, 8-megapixel camera, 1785mAh battery, and 21.1Mbps HSPA (no LTE). Supposedly arriving in Q4.


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    If that's true, it can't earn the name Droid HD. Good specs nevertheless, though I wish it sported the LTE.
     
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    It is LTE, the HD that is.
     
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    But you said no LTE!
     
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    He was talking specifically about the Fuath, which is on AT&T and doesn't have LTE. The Droid HD is LTE, and is likely the VZW version of the Fuath.
     
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    I haven't seen any reports, leaks saying that yet. I think that remains to be seen. The leaked photo looks very thin like 9mm only and I doubt Moto managed to put LTE in there already only a few months after thick Bionic.
     
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    A very trusted source has already confirmed it will be LTE.
     
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    Who, CK, who??!! :eek:
     
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    The what? Fuath? What kind of name is that?? Some arabic gibberish??
     
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    "Fuath" is Gaelic for "hate". Apparently it's the name of an evil Gaelic mythological water spirit.

    Methinks they're running out of names for phones :p
     
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    It's like naming hurricanes. Next year we'll have the Samsung Felix.
     
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    He works for Moto
     
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    I see. Then I will put Droid HD on my list along with SGS2, Prime. It seems more attractive to me than Bionic. But I wonder why they couldn't make Bionic thinner then?
     
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    Supposedly that was achieved by making the battery thinner and bigger (more surface area) thus allowing more of the internals to be placed underneath the battery.
     
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    I honestly think that VZW's Droid HD version won't come out until next year if it even comes out.

    I think it'll come out for other carriers sooner. It'll probably show up at the upcoming CES.
     
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    huh? Does this mean that you do expect it to come out this year? I don't think I don't understand what you said!
     
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    Lol. Me neither. No I don't expect the Droid HD to come out for VZW this year.
     

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