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Just like the PSP, offer an exclusive model that is black, has Vader's head laser etched on the back, and has a Vader-themed GUI!
Quick update:http://www.engadget.com/2009/10/28/m...ct-coming-nov/ There's a video on the bottom showing this Droid in action. From the looks of it, Verizon hasn't touched what the GUI looks like.
I can see this as a promotion: Free Lightsaber With Each "Yoda" Purchase!!
Actually, I'm going to say that you're wrong on the interface alteration part. This phone was a joint work between Verizon, Google and Motorola from its initial development. So I'm willing to bet that what screens you've seen of this Droid is what will be in your hands on Nov. 6th. As with all Android-based phones, you can customize the GUI to suit your own tastes. After seeing all the latest smartphones in Verizon's lineup, it seems that they've stopped screwing around...
That's a good question. Maybe for Flan (Adroid 3.0)?
At the very least, the article (there are other copies from different sources out there too) shows that Android is not a "curiosity", as some of the users here have said. 10,000 apps with a 94% increase in development between two months reflects a lot of interest in developing for Android. It may not have the same quantity of apps, but the fact that Google has made it easy to port over iPhone apps for Android and that some developers are even developing Android apps...
The average number I've seen being used is 10,000 apps in the Android Marketplace. And it doesn't give total numbers, but I found this interesting:http://www.fiercewireless.com/press-...loper-activity
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