Please quad core yes but the ram I doubt it. The camera only htc with window show off 16 megapixes in htc titan 2. Last year was the first one to bring 4. 7 inch on htc titan for november. Sony with it ericsson release 12 megapixes on android. But htc and moto isn't release it yet. And I had droid razr and now bionic. I won't buy anymore dual core.
With specs I mention.
Meaning android 5.0 os will be release early next year and 6.0 os at same time like 3.0 os and 4.0 os last year. Because Google decide to call jelly bean 4.1 os.
2014 will be my next android to replace. Hopefully then Moto can put out those specs.
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I think I have a plan, buy the razr hd and use it for a while and when moto releases a quad hd sell the hd and buy the quad hd and come out ahead of signing a contract and buying it outright. I really like the note 2 but with it being the first quadcore on verizon I don't wanna be stuck with a 2 year contract on a headache.
On a side note:the razr hd looks way cooler I think it is the physical representation of the "iphone killer"
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But its quadrant scores are so high... do you need the extra gig of ram??
Touchwiz is heavy, perhaps that's why they added the extra gig of ram??
But touchwiz adds a lot to the experience... or it appears as such... the note2 does things that moto won't do until mid-late next year.. perhaps by that time moto will do it better... perhaps not..I hope they will.
It seems like moto is going the battery direction, and Samsung went the software direction, but Samsung evened things up with the 3100 mAH battery in the note 2..
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