If you’re tired of having an iPhone or a regular old smartphone, Motorola has something for you that may just blow you away. It’s called the Droid Bionic and is the first dual-core smartphone on Verizon Wireless’ high-speed 4G LTE network. This newfangled gadget launches September 8 and is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. What makes it so special?
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It’s finally here! Verizon Wireless is now offering the iPhone as part of their lineup! We reported yesterday that the Verizon announcement was coming and sure enough, all the details were released at the Verizon press conference earlier today.
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When it comes to smartphones, the possibilities are endless–Droid, Blackberry, iPhone, OH MY. But one thing we know for sure is that if you want an iPhone, you have to get it from AT&T Wireless. Not anymore! Verizon Wireless is set to add the iPhone to their lineup and the word on the web is that the official announcement will come tomorrow.
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In the market for a new mobile phone? You’re in luck because Verizon Wireless is set to unveil their latest offering next week which happens to be a super cool smartphone called the HTC Thunderbolt. Not only is it the first 4G smartphone in Verizon Wireless’s lineup, but it also has a HUGE display and a cool kickstand thingy.
Get all the info and pics of the HTC Thunderbolt after the jump!
Have you seen an Android phone? What’s not to like? Whether you have an HTC, Samsung, or the Motorola Droid version, consumers everywhere agree that Android smartphones are the coolest things to have hit the market since, well, the iPhone. Now, business professionals are especially happy because with the launch of the Motorola Droid Pro, they too can join in the fun.
Motorola, Inc. announced the Droid Pro launch Tuesday night in San Francisco and will mark the 22nd Android phone the company sells. In the past six months, Android smartphones have been the number one sellers in the United States. As expected, Motorola co-CEO Sanjay Jha is banking on the Android success. He told MarketWatch, “I can tell you today that all of our energy is going towards Android.”