The good news just keeps on coming today (if you call blur-less photos of an upcoming Android handset good news, that is). This time around, it looks like the folks over at Boy Genius Report have been talking to one of their sneaky ninja, embedded deep somewhere in a Verizon stronghold, and have learned when the Droid X (formerly known as the Droid Shadow, or Droid Xtreme), and the Droid 2 will actually launch.
Both the Droid 2 and Shadow from Motorola have managed to ease on through almost every single leg of the mobile phone race. First the FCC, then some Bluetooth SIG certificates, and the Shadow even managed to get some concept artwork rendered. It all boiled over to the Motorola Shadow being shown off in a quick snapshot, after it was found in a gym. And now, before we have an official announcement from Motorola, we've got both pieces of hardware showing up in Verizon Wireless inventory. At least, the model numbers, anyway.
There's only one thing we know for an absolute certainty at this point: Motorola has a successor to the Droid coming out. What we don't know, however, what it looks like, or what it will even be called. There's some talk that the Motorola Shadow, which recently popped up again on the radar, is, in fact, the Droid 2 and not the Nexus Two as originally believed. But, there's been some additional developments, and now we're just baffled.