Verizon HTC Merge / Lexikon user guide leaked. The phone is likely not a Droid

The unannounced HTC Merge / Lexikon should be launched by Verizon in late October or early November. But until this happens, let’s take a look at the handset’s User Guide, which appeared over ad Droid-life.

Like the Samsung Fascinate Galaxy S, the Merge / Lekixon comes with Bing Search and Bing Maps – which probably means it won’t be included in the Droid series (there’s no Droid to feature Bing services, that’s why).

Anyway, the User Guide apparently confirms that the new HTC device runs Android 2.2 Froyo and it’s a global phone.

I assume Verizon will sell the HTC Merge / Lekixon (or whatever it’s going to be called) for $200 on contract. We’ll see soon if I’m right.

Author: Florin

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  • disappointed VZW customer

    Y BING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Marcus Christopher McFann

    Why NOT Bing? Android is a Google developed OS, but its also open so you can include any services you choose. Bing and Verizon have a contracted search agreement, so it is bringing Verizon cash. Google didn’t offer any money, but nothing stops you from not using Bing if its that important to you. Its OPEN SOURCE, MODIFIABLE software, not GOOGLE software.