joint event with Verizon in New York City. The Gingerbread-powered device revives a classic Motorola nomenclature: they're calling it the DROID RAZR after the drool-inducing flip phone of years past. The skinny 4.3-inch slate will be Motorola's new flagship phone after the somewhat underwhelming BIONIC, and one of the most high-profile phones to use Verizon's 4G LTE network. Chief among the new features is an armored Kevlar construction, a first in a mainstream phone.
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already tweeted the release date for the much-leaked Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and now they may have given us our very first official look at the front of the Ice Cream Sandwich developer phone. A flyer promoting the November local launch date shows the Galaxy Nexus in all its glory, along with yet another set of specifications. The hardware lines up with previous spy videos and mock-ups.
new teaser site that appeared on Motorola.com this morning, but apparently a few little treats were also on the site that we didn't catch the first time around. What we have is our first full out picture of the new Motorola DROID RAZR, with that Kevlar rear and all. Looks beautiful doesn't it?
Droid-Life leak and a good bit of earlier info, this leaves little doubt that both devices will find there way onto Verizon's shelves next month.
next week in Hong Kong. Then just as every other version has been released we quickly saw a few photos of the new Ice Cream Sandwich statue over on Google's front lawn, but now we have the video so check it out below.
Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich next week on Wednesday, October 19th in Hong Kong at 10AM. Yes the Samsung Mobile unpacked that was canceled last minute will now take place next week, so the wait is only 6 more days. I'm giddy with excitement, what about you guys?
confirming the Nexus Prime handset (and its much-argued name) and that the device would be "coming sooner than you think." This lines up nicely with an announcement expected in the next 2-3 weeks.
five new Android phones for the nationwide network. The Motorola Atrix 2, the Samsung Captivate Glide and DoubleTime, the Pantech Pocket and the "AT&T" Avail. Most of the phones don't have any availability info just yet, but the Atrix 2 will be in stored on Sunday, October 16th for $99.
an upcoming event featuring the smiling faces of both Motorola Mobility and Verizon, set for next Tuesday, October 18th in New York City. Details are scarce, but given the large number of recent leaks, there are a few very specific possibilities for new devices. The tagline "Faster. Thinner. Smarter. Stronger." is a big clue - rumors that Daft Punk will be on the scene are completely speculative at this point.
the FCC's wireless certification process. What's confusing about it is that this particular model features a GSM radio with wireless bands for both AT&T and T-Mobile. According to all the leaks and rumors heard thus far, the Nexus Prime was supposed to be a Verizon exclusive - that was thought to be part of the reason the carrier was the only one in the United States to pass up on the Samsung Galaxy S II.