The world of smartphones moves fast. How fast, you ask? So fast that a device that is just days over being a month old is already apparently getting phased out. The Motorola Droid 2 was just released in August but it's possible that this Droid lived fast and will die young.


You'll notice that underneath the words "Droid 2 by Motorola" it states "while supplies last," indicating that there are a finite number left. According to BGR, the word on the street is that this could be to make way for the rumored Droid 2:World Edition which, as its name suggests, is simply the Droid 2 with world capabilities.

I feel like Verizon is spitting in the face of the people who bought the original Droid 2 if this is the case, especially if the phone replacing the Droid 2 will be the same price. The most important question is: will Verizon keep up with OS upgrades or will it abandon Droid 2, leaving its owners behind? Only time will show.

Source: BGR

Brad Ganley
An Android power user, Brad consumes most of his free time with unhealthy amounts of cell phones and cell phone related things when he isn't playing with his son. Brad is also an avid movie-watcher and tea-drinker.
  • Aaron Gingrich

    I find it hard to believe...

  • tarman

    If this is the case, they should have never released it in the first place. Maybe the world edition phones will come with the 1.2Ghz processors.