DROID 2 User Guide is leaked
With the DROID X shoving its massive screen right into your face, the DROID 2 could be a hard sell for Verizon-especially if it is priced at the same gold standard of $199.99 after a 2 year contract that most high-end models have been priced at lately. For the same price, you could have the 4.3 inch display of the "X" staring right back at you. Sure, it will appeal to those who want a DROID and need a physical QWERTY (upgraded from the first-gen model, by the way), but there still is the Samsung Fascinate to consider. Big Red's variant of the Galaxy S will probably be the carrier's next big launch after the DROID 2. We obviously are looking too far ahead. After all, Verizon has not even introduced the DROID 2 yet.
Motorola DROID 2 A955 Preliminary Specifications
Samsung Fascinate Preliminary Specifications | Hands-on
1. bloodpanther (Posts: 32; Member since: 15 Jul 2010)
With it having the swype application - a keyboard is not even needed anymore. I have the droid X and with the swype function my view point of all touch screens have changed. It is such a nice application to have. I do think the Droid 2 is a nice upgrade to the Droid. GO VZW and MOTO! FTW
2. xtroid2k (Posts: 462; Member since: 11 Jan 2010)
I'll be honest, is swype really as good as they say it is
7. whiteneoangel (Posts: 4; Member since: 28 Jul 2010)
Yeah I suppose it could/does in some applications. I used to not know either, also thinking it was 'F&%k related, and I always wondered why people used it in the context they did. Then it hit me one day... So glad to see other people didn't know at first either. Oh, by the way, Droid X FTW!!!
3. tallica05 (Posts: 93; Member since: 26 Dec 2009)
Wow some people are dumb enough to put their jobs on the line for this website.. i mean its awesome to see but it wouldnt be worth losing your job over leaking company information plus they can charge you with criminal charges over it, not smart..
8. zerglisk (Posts: 544; Member since: 09 Feb 2010)
Not all the leaks are done without a purpose, so either live with the hype believing you got the "insider story", or treat it like a regular news that the vendor wants to get attention from consumers.
9. ekoandrew (Posts: 8; Member since: 08 Jul 2010)
Most leaks nowadays are 75% from company(carrier) intentional release. 25% goes for company worker release, sell off news for money. anyhow, with so much leak nowadays, we have not seen lawsuit on sites like this, posting leaks. PLUS. PhoneArena only "Re-Post" leech from other sites. I hardly seen PhoneArena post their Personal Own researches.