We're still waiting for Motorola and Verizon to make the rumored Motorola DROID RAZR HD official, but in the mean time it appears that another Moto-made handset bound for Verizon may have leaked out. The image you see above popped up on Alibaba's Chinese website and, according to the product page, the device in question is the Motorola XT907. Toward the bottom of the phone's rear are Verizon and 4G LTE logos, and the majority of the backside appears to sport the Kevlar material that Moto's been so fond of lately.
Interestingly, the folks at Softpedia have also discovered a user agent profile belonging to a Motorola device carrying the model number XT905. The user agent profile lists the XT905 as featuring Android 4.0.3, a QWERTY keyboard and a display with a resolution of 540x888, which could actually be a qHD 540x960 display with a portion of the display section off for Android 4.0's virtual navigation keys. It's rumored that the XT905 might be headed to Verizon as the XT907. Droid-Life has heard that the XT907 will come with a Snapdragon S4 processor and "very little bezel." There's no mention of a keyboard in the site's report, though, and it's hard to tell if the device in the image above has one or not.
The backside of this XT907 device bears a bit of a resemblance to the DROID RAZR HD (XT926) that leaked in June. However, the top of the XT907's backside is a tad different than the RAZR HD, featuring a non-Kevlar portion around the camera as well as a different flash placement. It's not yet known when we might see the XT907 or the XT926 actually hit Verizon, but it looks like Motorola fans on Big Red have a lot to look forward to.