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Motorola and Verizon put full page ad in NY Times for DROID X: Hold it any way you want

Motorola and Verizon put full page ad in NY Times for DROID X: Hold it any way you want
Motorola and Verizon put full page ad in NY Times for DROID X: Hold it any way you want
Verizon and Motorola took a shot at Apple and the iPhone 4 in the copy for a full page ad in the New York Times. The ad shows a picture of the phone showing off features like the 8MP camera, the upcoming OTA upgrade to Android 2.2, HD Video Capture, Swype keyboard, and the 1GHz processor. At the bottom of the ad's copy it says that the DROID X, "most importantly comes with a double antenna design. The kind that allows you to hold the phone any way you like and use it just about anywhere to make crystal clear calls." Then, with a shot possibly directed to Apple's management and their lack of movement on the iPhone's problems, bold letters proclaim, "You have a voice. And you deserve to be heard." Round one goes to Verizon and Motorola.

Hot off the presses is our new review on the Motorola DROID X! Check it out now.

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source: Twitter/SarahPerez


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