Ah, DROIDDOES.com, what fond memories we have of you. The portal for the original influential DROID campaign is still the go-to destination for Verizon's high-end android phones, so it's altogether appropriate that the Motorola DROID RAZR find itself there. The new site offers a 3D view of the new phone showing off its slim profile, and not much else. Oh, an the Flash-only site is totally inaccessible to certain iDevices that shall remain nameless.
Unfortunately Verizon did not see fit to grace us with a release date, though November 10th seems altogether likely at this point. If you'd like you can submit your email for the marketing monkeys to alert you whenever new information comes about. The DROID DOES site doesn't even offer specifications past the exterior details, like the device's 7.1mm splash-proof, Kevlar-accented body or the 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen. For all the details you can see the entries on Verizon's main site or Motorola's product listing, or better yet, check out our post on the device's announcement.
Yesterday the news broke that the Motorola RAZR (the DROID RAZR's globe-trotting international edition) will have a bootloader unlock available to such carriers as enable it. Verizon will not, but the fact that an unlock exists probably means that it will eventually find its way into the hands of US DROID enthusiasts. For a more in-depth look at the Motorola DROID RAZR, check out our hands-on footage below:
Motorola DROID RAZR hands-on: