A trio of fairly similar Motorola devices were just unveiled by Chinese site Mobile.163. Other than aesthetic differences between the three, they appear to very similarly spec'd and bear a striking resemblance to the long rumored Droid Fighter or Droid RAZR HD that is allegedly making its way to Verizon.
These three handsets will be making their way to China Unicom, China Telecom, and China Mobile (in respective order to the picture above) on June second. All three are equipped with 4.3-inch, 540 x 960 displays, 1.2GHz dual-core processors, and 8-megapixel cameras.
These phones also depict Motorola's first design tweaks since the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich as the RAZR was announced almost immediately before the Galaxy Nexus reveal. As a result, we can see a few Ice Cream Sandwich tweaks applied to what is clearly a design descendent of the Droid RAZR.
These devices all come running Android 4.0 and feature the software navigation keys introduced on the Galaxy Nexus. They measure in a similar thicknesses to the Droid RAZR Maxx so it seems Motorola may be incorporating the 3300mAh battery into all these devices. These devices all come packing a similar body shape and Kevlar backing that the RAZR series is known for.