Motorola Droid/Sholes to launch October 30th?

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Motorola Droid/Sholes to launch October 30th?
October 30th is considered a rough day in the States. In some cities, the night before Halloween is called "Gate Night" and is met in some locations like Detroit with violence and fires. But this year, October 30th might start a new tradition. BGR found itself with a photograph of a Verizon marketing calendar. The screen shows that the Motorola Droid/Sholes is targeted for a launch on the 30th of October. To prove the authenticity of this leak, we would be more than happy to point out that it shows the correct October 20th launch of the HTC Imagio for all channels (On-line sales start tomorrow). If you play your cards right, you might find yourself with a great Android treat in your hand when the 31st rolls around.

Motorola Droid Preliminary Specifications

source: BGR



1. Sethdras

Posts: 61; Member since: Jul 22, 2009

This date makes way more sense!

2. tonyc_42

Posts: 61; Member since: Aug 18, 2009

so what i get from this is that if someone makes a calendar with a basic program with the release dates of phones on it and submits it to you then you will think it's "authentic". there is another article posted on here today that says the release date is december 1. i don't know how anyone else feels about it but i'm kind of getting tired of almost daily the release dates of all these new phones change on here. get your facts straight before you put something out because you are really losing your credibility with me phonearena.

3. trentsinmypants

Posts: 324; Member since: Jan 29, 2009

Once again, this isnt correct. VZW releases new product on Sundays and sometimes Mondays.......

4. xcalibur

Posts: 49; Member since: May 18, 2009

and fridays, remember the TP2 came out on 9/11 which was friday.

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