The Motorola Droid Razr is coming to AT&T, according to TechCrunch.
Originally, since the smartphone sports the Droid’s name, it was assumed to be a Verizon-only device.
Verizon has made the Droid name famous by offering handsets exclusively through its network, such as the Droid Bionic. However, the name will apparently be carried to AT&T with the new Razr model.
The technology website released the news based upon the device’s battery, which is unique to the upcoming Motorola handset and deemed nonuser replaceable by the company.
There is also the possibility of the smartphone coming to the carrier as an LTE device, making it 4G capable.
Verizon will likely offer the Droid Razr at $299.99, because that is the base price Verizon gives most of their 4G LTE smartphones. It is also expected that AT&T will offer the handset at a much lower price.
This new smartphone will be one of the first devices running Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. It will follow in the footsteps of the software's flagship device, the Galaxy Nexus, which is made by Samsung and was unveiled earlier this month.
The Droid Razr will sport the world’s thinnest design for a smartphone at 7.1mm thick. It will also have a 4.3-inch Gorilla Glass Super AMOLED display, 1.2GHz processor and 1GB of RAM.
Analysts expect the Motorola Droid Razr to be one of the most impressive handsets to date.