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  • The Droid 4 Has Just Appeared on Verizon's Website

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    Like our title said, here it is. The Droid 4. Specifications are below. Maybe the real question is, do we purchase one and try to flash it to Cricket Wireless?

    From Verizon's page:

    Mission Control

    Keep an eye on your digital empire from a mobile command center. Issue orders and mastermind messages under the cover of low–light on a 5–row LED edge–lit keyboard. Manage mission objectives from lift–off to landing on its sharp 4” display.

    Increased Protection

    Mock Mother Nature with a water–repellent nanocoating that protects interior and exterior components from spills or rain. Fend off scrapes and scratches with Corning® Gorilla® Glass — on the thinnest and most powerful 4G QWERTY smartphone.

    Dominate at Warp Speed

    Leave lag and render times begging for mercy with a superfast dual–core 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB of LP DDR2 RAM. Overpower an army of tasks simultaneously without breaking a sweat. Conquer content and demolish downloads at the pulse–pounding speed of Verizon 4G LTE.

    Master of All Media

    Wrestle restlessness to the ground with a stockpile of streaming games and movies on a 4” qHD display. Seize control of your HDTV with Droid 4’s HDMI output and turn this mobile mini–theater into a modern–day megaplex. Transfer almost anything from your desktop wirelessly at mind–blistering 4G LTE speed.

    Artificially Intelligent

    Squeeze every last particle of productivity out of your day with Smart Actions. Droid 4’s advanced AI allows you to automate routines while adjusting your device settings to conserve power—extending battery life so you can do more of what Droid does.

    DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license.

    LTE is a trademark of ETSI

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    Check it out on Verizon's website:

    Comments 2 Comments
    1. yunglunatik's Avatar
      yunglunatik -
      "do we purchase one and try to flash it to Cricket Wireless?"

    1. Trevaryn's Avatar
      Trevaryn -
      i beg of you chris PLEASE get on and flash it lol
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