Verizon Launching Two New Moto Droids In July
According to the Wall Street Journal, Verizon Wireless will be promoting and launching two new Android handsets made by Motorola. "We will introduce new Droid products in the Verizon franchise," said Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha. Jha also indicated that Verizon will be supporting its devices with marketing campaigns similar to that seen promoting the original Motorola Droid. Since Verizon Wireless is the entity licensing the Droid brand from Lucasfilm, it is up to Verizon to bestow its best Android handsets with the Droid brand. Motorola is banking its survival on the strength of the Android platform. Most of the handsets it has released in the last nine months have all been based on Android. Jha didn't provide any specifics about the devices it will be releasing in July.
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I really hate the term Droid...Its ANDROID.
So Motorola is turning into a Verizon OEM
Their entire success is based on Verizon pushing the crap out of their phones.
Sprint-Zero. Oh sorry, one from fricken Boost Mobile.
Likely one of them is the Motorola Shadow.
Vzn sure is pushing out the Droid's!!!!!
verizon, are you that threatened by the evo?
Verizon always has been stingy, fat pocket, and secretive. Since when do they ever do this is all I'm saying. For someone that has nearly twice the customer base, it sure is making an attempt to keep them.
That IS the idea. Can't say that I blame them. Do you?
motorola Droid II and the AKA Shadow
I tried to pass this information to androidcentral like last week or earlier this week but they ignored me.
and they knew the shadow was coming, and a new droid is kinda a no brainer judging by how well the first sold.
Sweet Go MOTO!