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Take note, Android fans, because some fresh Motorola device names and model numbers for you to keep track of have appeared this afternoon. First up is the Motorola Vanquish, which Pocketnow explains is the global model of the DROID RAZR HD that appeared in some photo EXIF data last month. The site backs up the rumors that the device will sport a 1280x720 screen resolution and also says that the Verizon variant of the Vanquish/RAZR HD will feature the model number XT926, supporting yesterday's Cellebrite leak.

Moving on, we've got the Motorola Asanti. This is one that AT&T customers should keep in mind, as the device is said pack LTE support for the big blue carrier's network. In addition to 4G LTE connectivity, the Asanti is said to include a physical QWERTY keyboard, Android 4.0 and a 960x540 display. The Asanti is said to be coming to AT&T with the model number XT898, and Pocketnow claims that it'll be joined by a keyboard-less LTE handset dubbed the MB886 Dinara, which is a name we first got wind of last year.

Other, more mysterious devices tipped by today's report include the Primus XT621 and the Yangtze XT881/XT885/XT886/XT889/MT887. Sprint is also rumored to be prepping the Photon Q 4G LTE, a follow-up to the Photon 4G. So that makes for a handful of upcoming Motorola-made Android handsets that may be bound for three of the top four U.S. carriers. And with the combination of LTE support and Moto's flavor of Ice Cream Sandwich, lovers of Google's green robot on those operators may have to add these device names to their wish lists. Has any of these rumored Motorola phones piqued your interest?

Via Pocketnow


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