LG Revolution, Motorola Droid X2 and HTC Trophy may be launched on May 12

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.

Author: Florin

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  • sue

    i’m waiting for the droid x2 since march, and hopefully what this article is saying is true that its coming out this month because i want it!! i was going to get the htc thunderbolt but after reading the problems that its generating with the network ,i decided not to thank god and prefered to wait. “good things comes to those who wait” i hope its true because i’ve been waiting for a loooong time :0).