We've already seen rumored specs for the upcoming Motorola Spyder/DROID HD/DROID RAZR leak out a couple of times up ahead of Motorola and Verizon's October 18th event, where the device is expected to be unveiled. The device with many names is back once again this morning, as the folks at BGR have "confirmed" some of the features of the new Android smartphone. According to the site's source, the DROID RAZR will include a 4.3-inch display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 4G LTE, and a body that's not only described as being the thinnest LTE device yet, but also thinner than the iPhone 4S and its 9.3mm thick body.
Pretty much all of those features are ones we've heard before, but the thinness of the DROID RAZR is news to us. Since Verizon's other 4G LTE handsets aren't exactly known for being the thinnest phones around, and because we've also already seen most of the DROID RAZR's specs on other currently-available Android phones, Moto could help make the DROID RAZR stand out (and earn its "RAZR" name) by making it nice and slim. We'll be live at Motorola and Verizon's event next week to see the DROID RAZR make its debut and find out just how thin it really is, so be sure to tune in to PhoneDog for all the fun.