A Motorola PR image depicting a RAZR MAXX with a Verizon logo on it has leaked out of the company today, indicating that as with the RAZR and KRZR, Motorola is producing CDMA versions of this new high end clamshell. Although the photo appears to be a composite, Phone Scoop can confirm its authenticity. The MAXX was introduced in July as a new 3G folder with touch sensitive external music controls. The model that was originally shown off featured HSDPA, a QVGA screen, MicroSD card slot and 2 Megapixel camera. The Verizon version shown in the photo labels the camera as a 2 Megapixel autofocus model and shows a much larger flash. It is unclear whether the Verizon MAXX will inherit other features such as the QVGA screen from the UMTS version.