Motorola Also Teasing Droid X

Handset maker Motorola has joined Verizon in teasing us with the next generation of Droid.  A mini-page of sorts has gone live on Motorola’s consumer website, allowing interested parties to sign up for more details.  It’s not immediately obvious what they would be offering different from Verizon’s website although we assume you’d be getting Motorola spam emails and offers down the road.

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7 Comments

  1. Zed
    June 20, 16:50 Reply

    A True Evo competitor…Way to go Moto/Verizon!!!!!!!

    • mutiara
      June 26, 16:05 Reply

      a great competitor for sure.. Love moto!

  2. Vandam500
    June 20, 18:09 Reply

    @Zed looks like a nice Evo competitor but the fact that it doesn't have a front facing camera already makes its hardware inferior in my eyes.

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