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Motorola's Droid X (Xtreme) And Droid 2 (Shadow) To Drop July/August

Recent rumours are suggesting the Droid X will go on sale in July, with the Droid 2 Shadow the month after in August. Both Android phones will be exclusive to Verizon, and will run on 45nm Texas Instruments’ OMAP processors, at 1GHz. This should more than place them in-line with the wealth of Snapdragon-running phones. [Droid-Life via AndroidAndMe]

Motorola Droid Xtreme To Be Called Droid X?

These impending Motorola Android phones are getting rather tricky, aren’t they? So far we know the Droid 2 Shadow will be the successor to last year’s Droid, with a slide-out keyboard. The Droid Xtreme is the keyboardless phone which was found in a Verizon gym the other week, but is said (thanks to some spy-shots of Verizon’s marketing system) to be called the Droid X.

Motorola Droid Shadow And Xtreme Show Up On Verizon's System

More news from camp Verizon, concerning the upcoming Motorola Droid phones. The Droid 2 Xtreme and Shadow have appeared on Verizon’s inventory, according to photos sent in to Droid-Life, suggesting release is imminent.

Rumour: 8MP Motorola Shadow To Be Droid2

Those in the know have been tapping their noses wisely, whispering that the Shadow will be the successor to the Droid – the Droid2, if you will. Latest speculation includes the addition of an 8MP camera with 720p video capture.

Motorola Confirms They Are Working On A Google Phone

A few weeks ago we heard rumours that the Motorola Shadow could earn the distinction of Nexus Two. Today Motorola confirmed that they are working with Google on a new phone to be sold directly to consumers.

The Motorola Shadow: A Droid For The Light Side?

There’s not a whole lot of information about these images, which popped up at Mobile01, showing Motorola’s Shadow as a friendlier-looking Droid. But they’re interesting.

Motorola's Rumoured Super-Thin Android Phone Sounds Spectacular

We had few complaints with the Droid, and the Sholes, Occiphobic as it may be, is lustable, without a doubt. But Motorola’s alleged next phone, the .35-inch-thick, 1080p-capable Shadow/Mirage, makes Motorola’s current Android lineup look old-fashioned.

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