Verizon Wireless might launch at least four new smarthpones this month – besides the Samsung Droid Charge, which should be out this week.
If Droid-life’s sources are correct, Verizon will introduce no less than three new handsets on May 12: two of them run Android (Motorola Droid X2 and LG Revolution), and the other one is a Windows Phone 7 device (HTC Trophy).
The Droid X2 will be Verizon’s first smartphone to feature a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. The Trophy will be the first to run WP7, while the LG Revolution (pictured below) should be the carrier’s first Android handset to come with Netflix pre-installed.
Later in May, more exactly on May 26, Verizon could release the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play – the world’s first PlayStation certified smartphone. Official details regarding Verizon’s upcoming devices should be unveiled soon, so stay tuned.
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