Expansys and Handtec. The frost white model should become available "in the next two weeks" according to the former, and on February 6th for the latter. In addition, both are taking pre-orders for a 32GB version of the grey model, due sometime in the next month.
DROID XYBOARD announcement, Verizon let slip that an all-white version of the Motorola DROID RAZR would be available this month. Aside from a frosty casing, there's no difference from the model that launched last month - you'll still need to fork over $299.99 and sign up for a new two-year contract, or be eligible for a renewal. A specific date was not mentioned.
LG Nitro HD, the HTC Vivid, and the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket. You can get any of them in any color you want, so long as you want black. But come December 4th, you'll have at least one more choice, as the Skyrocket follows its Galaxy S II predecessors in offering an arctic white option.
coming soon in white, and quickly followed the announcement with a hands-on video. We haven't seen a formal announcement but according to Samsung the AT&T 4G LTE Galaxy S II Skyrocket will get the same treatment.
Announced this morning as "coming soon" is the T-Mobile Galaxy S II dressed in white for the holiday and Christmas season. We've now spotted a video from T-Mobile themselves showing off just how purdy the SGSII looks in real life.
Samsung Galaxy S II remains one of the most popular Android phones worldwide, and with good reason. But if you've held off on a purchase because of that rather pedestrian grey on black color scheme, I've got good new for you: T-Mobile will soon offer the Samsung smartphone in pearly white. According to a T-Mobile representative, the new color will be available in the next few weeks.
HTC EVO 3D come September 9th, and it will be dressed in White. We saw the original EVO 4G get a similar make over but the entire device wasn't changed and mainly just the back cover. This time around the entire phone will get spiced up, that includes the camera bezels and everything. What do you think?