Android-powered Motorola Xtreme heading to Verizon?

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Android-powered Motorola Xtreme heading to Verizon?
Android has really played a vital role for Motorola. The company was having a difficult time before it finally jumped on the Android bandwagon and dropped the CLIQ and DROID on T-Mobile and Verizon respectively. Since then, it has been launching new Android handsets regularly, eventually reviving its business and making it to prime time again.

Undoubtedly, it was mainly the success of the DROID that helped the company get on its feet. After it, the manufacturer released the DEVOUR with Verizon, but it didn't really gain much popularity. It's now said however that Motorola is gearing up to launch a third Android phone through the nation's leading carrier. According to the rumors, the carrier will begin testing a handset by the name of Motorola Xtreme, starting next week. Unfortunately, no other information regarding this phone is available as of now, but we hope that more details will come out shortly. By the way, what do you think of the Motorola Xtreme's name?

source: Engadget via PhonesReview

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