Motorola's newest Droid Razr HD reared its head at FCC with a model number XT926, hinting that the device is closer to its launch date. According to reports, the smartphone was tested for 3G and 4G radios for compatibility and also for NFC options. FCC documents also revealed that the device will feature a non-removable 2530 mAh battery as opposed to recent predictions about 3300 mAh battery.
There remains a dispute whether the device will feature 4.5-inch 720p HD screen or 4.3-inch display. Other features expected to come along with the smartphone include a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor clocked to 1.5 GHz, 4G LTE, 1 GB RAM and an AMOLED display.
On the other hand, Apple iPhone 5 rumors are gaining newer grounds. According to a tipster, who talked to technology website BRG, the device is predicted to come with 1GB of RAM, LTE radio for 4G browsing, and an NFC chip. Additionally, the upcoming device is also expected to pack iOS 6 operating system, as along with Passbook app with NFC capabilities.
Moreover, latest image leaks suggest that the iPhone 5 may sport a 4-inch display, while other features reported gained credibility that the device may include a nano SIM card which is smaller than present standard SIM cards. According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, the next generation iPhone will also feature a thinner screen, with Japanese liquid-crystal-display makers Sharp Corp. and Japan Display Inc. in collaboration with South Korea's LG Display Co. reportedly producing panels for the upcoming smartphone.
In terms of thickness dimensions, iPhone 5 is expected to be measure between 7 mm to 8 mm in thickness, while Motorola's Razr handset is 7.1 mm thick, which is one of slimmest smartphone out there.
Meanwhile, Webtechpoint reported that the "A5X processor found in iPad 3 is the closest call" expected to come with iPhone 5. Other possible features include 3D images, with Apple reportedly filing for patent applications related to 3D technologies.