After Verizon seemingly stopped acknowledging the existence of the Droid 2, the wireless provider today finally provided some concrete details of the device, saying it would go on sale this Thursday.
The Droid X has just barely been able to get its name out in the market before its big brother, the Droid 2, starts making headlines and now some shoppers have gotten a sneak peak at its price tag - literally.
After several weeks of speculation about which phones will be getting the latest version of Android and when the updates will happen, there's finally an official word from one of the phone manufacturers.
Thanks in large part to the introduction of the Droid, Motorola's second quarter earnings are more than six times what the company posted this time last year.
After Apple posted a video online that ludicrously made it appear as though Motorola's Droid X suffered from the same problem as the iPhone 4, Motorola has taken out prominent ad space that basically tells Apple to shove it.
Just a few weeks after the Droid X raked in huge sales, selling out all over the country, the Droid 2 will be hitting stores even though we still don't have that many official details on the newest Verizon device.
Motorola's Droid X just might be the fastest-selling Android phone to date, but apparently for some of the early adopters the brand new gadget has become a paperweight.
Everyone loves having a lot of selection when it comes to mobile phones, but Verizon may be overdoing it with the "Droid" name, as rumors of a "Mini Droid" handset are beginning to circulate.
Right after a class-action lawsuit hits its biggest competitor, the Droid X has been released to Verizon and electronics retailer stores today.
Of the thousands of people who pre-ordered the hotly anticipated Droid X, a little over 100 got theirs a bit early. Was it an accident or an intentional ploy to get some headlines?
As many as 40,000 people have downloaded hacked versions of the latest Android update as everyone impatiently waits for their phone to get the latest version of the operating system.
Verizon has no plans to allow pre-orders for its newest Droid phone, but Best Buy has already opened up orders for the July 15 release of the device.
Motorola is reported to be readying a 2GHz smartphone for release by the end of the year.