Droid X

Droid X for Verizon Wireless Website Now Live [Update]

Well, we still don't have a press release, or any other kind of "official" means to say that the Droid X actually exists, but that's not stopping Verizon Wireless from opening up its webpage. Yeah, that's right: you can go look at the Droid X, on Verizon Wireless' website, right now. There's not much there right now, as it's just a quick glimpse as to what's to come, but we do get a confirmation of the specifications:

Droid X and Droid 2 Slides Showcase Commercial Details

We're only in the middle of June, and while we're all still riding the coat-tails of the EVO 4G's launch, most of us are already looking forward to what's coming next. For some on the Verizon network, that means the Droid X (formerly known as the Droid Xtreme and Droid Shadow), or the Droid 2. Rumors have it that they could be launched, both of them, in July, while a fresh rumor suggests that the Droid X will be launching in July, while the Droid 2 would see official release in August. Either way, we're still aching for more details, and while these slides outlining the commercials showcasing the devices share some insight, they aren't as in-depth as we'd like.

Droid X hanging out with the Evo 4G, iPhone, Droid Eris

The leaks of the Droid X just keep on surfacing. This time around it takes out time from its busy day to hang out with the iPhone, EVO and its little brother, the Droid Eris. I guess we’re at the point now where we are going to see a few leaks a day featuring the Droid X and I’m ok with that (to a certain point).

Motorola Droid for Verizon Wireless Gets a Price Drop

Considering everything we've been hearing about the upcoming devices from Motorola, from the Droid X to the Droid 2, it's no surprise to us that we're seeing Verizon Wireless take the next logical step: mark down prices. While the current iteration of the DROID is still doing ridiculously well for itself, when you're about to make some room for what's coming next, the only thing you really can do is drop the price of what's already available.
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