Remember the Motorola DROID Fighter moniker that briefly appeared in Verizon’s internal systems scheduled with an April 12th release? Well, that device has been pictured in the wild, so now we can put a face to the name. The Droid Fighter looks a lot like the Droid RAZR (MAXX), but reportedly sports a 4.6-inch HD display. You can also see in the image that the handset likely features on-screen buttons like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, which would be a welcomed design change. We imagine the Droid Fighter will be launched with Android 4.0, so if next month’s launch time-frame proves to be correct, it could be Motorola’s first Ice Cream Sandwich-powered smartphone.
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