Upcoming Droid series poses for family portrait

Upcoming Droid series poses for family portrait

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So, how would you like to see how the upcoming Droid family of smartphones look next to one another? That’s exactly what @evleaks has for us today as the yet-announced trio of handsets are found standing shoulder to shoulder.

Assuming the scale is correct, the Droid Mini is just that, a small take on the Droid Maxx and Droid Ultra. Also, we might infer that the Ultra and Maxx are identical twins save for the extra battery life. Rumored to be up to 48 hours of “worry-free” juice, the Maxx is likely going to carry a $50 (or more) premium.

Given the influx of leaks and rumors we should be soon seeing some sort of official announcements from Motorola and/or Verizon.

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3 Comments

  1. boonesimpson
    July 10, 12:43 Reply

    hardware capacitive button?

    I thought a big push with ICS was that onscreen “soft” buttons were better?

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