we reported that Motorola's new logo, which has been redesigned to show off the company's Google underpinning, will be shown in an advertisement slated to appear tomorrow for the Moto X smartphone. Unfortunately, the advertisement won't be showing off the handset, but according to sources, we already know one aspect of the design: it won't be DROID-branded.
Motorola has revealed some details on an upcoming smartphone. The device is called the DROID Ultra and the details are coming by way of Motorola's own website. That said, while the name and some details have been mentioned, there is still plenty of mystery remaining.
Mobile World Congress officially kicks off on Sunday but we are slowly starting to see plenty of leaks and details this past week. Today another leak has just revealed two upcoming smartphones for Verizon Wireless and most likely they'll be 4G LTE phones. The DROID Fighter and LG Cayman have both broke cover and are coming in the next month or two.
DROID 4, available starting today from Verizon Wireless. Being the first DROID slider with all the essential main ingredients: dual-core, 4G LTE, and obviously a slide-out QWERTY hardware keyboard can this rule them all? Or will it just be another DROID like the rest? If you love a hardware keyboard or are a die-hard fan of the original DROID you'll want to stay tuned for the verdict.
two new Motorola tablets, each of them carrying the coveted "DROID" moniker in front of the word XYBOARD - what we've got here is the 10.1-inch version, the closest we'll get to a direct descendent of the original Honeycomb tablet, the Motorola XOOM. This tablet runs with Verizon's 4G LTE network for speed, a Texas Instruments OMAP4 1.2GHz dual-core processor under the hood, and has a lovely new form factor with soft black plastic and metallic-looking hard silver plastic. On the front there's one sheet of reinforced Gorilla Glass glass over this device's 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 pixel resolution LCD display.
DROID RAZR, and there's only one more day for them to wait. In the meantime, Verizon has started airing the latest in its over-the-top stylized DROID commercials, and the RAZR edition might just take the cake. Apparently, the RAZR is so powerful that you really shouldn't be using it without a souped-up stealth motorcycle, a full support team and at least eight square yards of black leather.
Droid-Life, the US carrier is looking into developing a loyalty program that rewards customers who buy DROID phones on a regular basis.