Talking about the DROIDs, it seems, has set us up for another news piece about them, their predecessors and their progenitors. Also, VentureBeat‘s Evan Blass talked about them, so of course we have to tail the chase now.

And of course, it’s by Twitter. Even more, it’s by retweet of a similarly formed tweet ruminating about a DROID Turbo and Maxx 2.

Nothing much beyond the word that both a DROID Maxx 3 and a DROID Turbo 3 will be coming. It seems as though Verizon and Motorola are keeping this exclusive device lineage well and alive.

Typically, the Turbos have been better-stocked in power than the Maxx series and, as said, have always been with Verizon. Also typically, we’ve seen an international GSM version of the same exact Turbo device for the year come out shortly after their debuts — last year’s phones came out in the middle of fall.

Will this year’s DROIDs improve upon last year’s Shatter Shield or large batteries? Or will Samsung suddenly …

… sorry, Motorola (under the grasp of Lenovo) make huge feature changes? It seems that the company’s feeling much more of that Chinese influence this year to not see major shifts ahead.

Also, some finger guns to Evan on the clever tweet.


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