rumors and seeing a few surfaced pictures, more photos have shown up, but this time with some new information as well. The phone has a codename of "Zeus" according to the photo below. The phone also is running Android OS 2.2 in the picture.
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In the form we see that there are two different Droid 2 Global handsets coming, and one Droid Pro handset. Could this mean that the Droid 2 will be seeing the camera-less release instead of the Pro? We also see the Samsung Continuum is coming. This gives us even more reason to believe that this will be the topic of discussion at the November 8th event. We will be at this event so stay tuned for that bit of Samsung news, as well as any updates with the carriers device plans. [Via Engadget]
[/caption] To enter, head over to the original post here, submit your picture in the comments section and the winner will be determined Sunday morning with an announcement following shortly after.
HTC Droid Incredible. The race will be this Saturday and Verizon is giving away six Droid Incredibles which will run Android 2.2 OS to the winners. Full details after the break. There were 50 spots in the challenge, but unfortunately the regristation is over so you'll just have to watch others compete. Contestants will have to complete various tasks while running through Seattle to win either first, second, or third place prizes. The first-place team will receive $3,000, two Droid Incredibles, and a two $125 Verizon gift cards. The second-place team will receive $1,500, two Droid Incredibles, and a two gift cards as well. Third will receive $500 along with the phones and gift cards. Sounds like a pretty cool contest and kind of like the show Amazing Race shown on ABC. I would have definitely entered if I was in the Seattle area, who doesn't want a lil bit of a challenge plus the opportunity to win some cash and phones. You can check out the full details on Verizon's website. Via [Verizon Urban Challenge]
Google Nexus 2 will be Samsung made, a mysterious new Samsung branded device has hit the FCC. Although we have absolutely no idea what Samsung’s plans for this device are, this is the first time we have heard about the GT-i9010, it is a reasonable guess.