Motorola, Verizon Holding October 18 Event; New Droid To Debut?

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Samsung may have had to postpone it’s Unpacked event with Google, and while we’ll have to keep waiting if we want to see what we’re all expecting to be the Galaxy Prime along with Ice Cream Sandwich, it looks like we’ll have product reveals from other manufacturers to deal with in the meantime, with Motorola just sending out invitations for an event it’s throwing with Verizon scheduled for next week, October 18.

Motorola invites attendees to check out “the next big innovation” it’s been working on. That sounds a lot like a product announcement, so what could it be? We’ve heard of a Droid 4 that’s being developed, but it’s much too early to expect that guy to show up. Far more likely would be the chance to see the Droid HD or Droid RAZR. We heard a rumor that the Droid HD (aka Spyder) was in fact the Droid RAZR itself. Previously, we had been thinking they were indeed two distinct models, and now hopefully this event will put that uncertainty to rest. Another hint this is the path Motorola is walking down: a reference to “spyder” in the invitation’s filename.



Notice the razor blade in the clip? Hint, hint. And the formula for Kevlar (which is supposed to be used in the construction of the RAZR)?

Source: Motorola

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