According to a photo posted on Droid-Life, the Motorola device known in recent leaks as the Droid HD has just shown up in Verizon's internal management system alleging LTE support (but no GSM global roaming capability). By all appearances, Motorola is working on at least one more major phone launch for Verizon in the next few months, and the "Droid HD" name is one we've heard before. We've seen a few rumors of the device known internally as "Spyder," which may also be the Droid RAZR — and given the similarity in appearance to the Droid HD, all three handsets might actually be the same thing. At any rate, the important part is that we're looking at a high-end phone that'll likely have an 8-megapixel camera, a dual-core TI OMAP 4 processor, and an unusually thin design — so as long as you don't need Droid 3-like global roaming, this is one to keep an eye on.
Motorola Droid HD appears in Verizon's systems
The Droid HD's appearance in Verizon's device management database suggests a launch may not be far off.