WorldWide Tech & Science. Francisco De Jesús.
Verizon Wireless is set to offer the Motorola-made Droid 4, an Android-powered device with slider form factor and QWERTY keypad, which will reach customers in the “coming weeks.” Also in the pipeline from this vendor is the Droid Razr Maxx, a variant of the Razr smartphone with an extended battery life, and a purple version of the standard Droid Razr.
The US number one will also offer an exclusive device from LG Electronics, called Spectrum. Available from 19 January, it is said to feature “a 4.5-inch True HD In-Plane Switch (IPS) display,” based on the same technology used in the vendor’s premium televisions.
Verizon’s new portfolio also includes several non-smartphone devices. It is to offer an LTE-enabled version of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab device with a 7.7-inch screen, as well as Jetpack-branded hotspots from ZTE and Novatel Wireless.