LG Revolution, Droid 3, and all Verizon 4G hotspots to be discontinued this month?
There’s some end-of life rumors floating around the internet today, and one of them has us concerned. The list of devices is:
- Motorola Droid 3
- LG Revolution
- All Verizon 4G hotspots
While the news of the LG revolution and hotspots don’t concern us all to much (The Revolution is part of a slew of non-familied devices, hotspots can come new in dime-a dozen format), the EOL branding on the Droid 3 does. The next in line for the Droid family, the Droid 4, has yet to be seen, yet the precursor cousin is set to be blown away? While the device isn’t all that impressive, a 6-month life span with no “offspring” in sight is a bit disconcerting.
What do you think about this rumor? Be sure to let us know in the comments.
Source: The Verge
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