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

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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.

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Both names have been bandied about a fair bit, with the Shadow being left in a gym only last week. Our tipster confirmed it has an 8MP camera, 4.1-inch screen, and runs Android Froyo on a Snapdragon processor.

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Now though, we've heard from several different sources claiming that the keyboard-less phone found in the Verizon gym (and the Verizon brochure before that), is actually the Droid Xtreme, with the Droid 2 Shadow (which has appeared on Verizon's inventory in the last few days) actually containing a keyboard and not as much internal storage—2GB, compared to the Xtreme's 16GB. It's a basic update to last November's Droid, with a slightly better keyboard, according to the rumors.

Both phones are rumored to be unveiled next month in June, with a July release proving likely. If anyone's got any more details/photos on these two phones—you know where to find us. [Droid-Life via Electronista]

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dragonfire312
dragonfire312

Does the Droid 2 have a Snapdragon? Just wondering, cause I want to buy my dad a phone as a Father's day gift. If it does, I'll give him an IOU. Otherwise, well, after his iPhone 3G, he wants off of AT&T, tethering, and hopefully a physical keyboard. That leaves...the original Droid.