New Verizon “Droid Does” commercial scripts for Motorola Droid X and Droid 2. 1GHz CPU and new keyboard for D2 confirmed
We told you that after the announcement of iPhone 4, Verizon will have some hard thinking to do about it’s “Droid Does” campaign.
Apparently, they are already doing just that.
Droid-life, the inexhaustible source of Droid X/Droid 2 leaks over the last couple of weeks, got their hands on the slides and scripts from a few new “Droid Does” campaign commercials.
Again, not too many tech spec details yet, but the new 1GHz CPU on Motorola Droid 2 gets mentioned , as does the new, improved and more intuitive keyboard, and Exchange e-mail support.
The other two slides talk about a couple of new interesting apps for Droid.
One of them, called “Eagle eye”, NFL app that let’s you stream mobile video at 720 dpi on 4.3” display (should look pretty badass).
Another is called “EyeCon”, and is a really soaped up multimedia manager app, that can also access media files on various other devices in your home. EyeCon can also act as a remote for the enebaled TVs, stereos and other stuff, most likely via DLNA interface.
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