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The folks over at Droid-life have unearthed an internal Verizon document pointing to some device workshops for two as-of-yet unknown devices. The LG Cayman (like the islands, but way smaller), and the DROID Fighter. No word yet on which manufacturer is producing the latter.

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We're not sure whether the "device workshops" are public or employee training. We also don't know if they take place before or after the release of the devices. The document suggests that several other workshops have occurred this year, most of them after their respective devices release dates. Then again, for unreleased devices, we can't be sure. The Cayman and the Fighter workshops are set for late March early April, so even if the workshops will take place after the release of the devices, we can still expect to wait to hear anything more.

The Mobile World Congress is coming up in about five days, so hopefully we'll hear something then.

Source: Droid-life

Eric Ravenscraft
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  • John

    Looks like someone opened Word, typed some names n dates, "leaked" to blogs.

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    • http://www.AndroidPolice.com Artem Russakovskii

      Droid-Life doesn't just post random crap - it came from one of Kellex's sources, and if he has reason to believe it's legit, so do we (albeit filed under Rumors/Leaks).

      • John

        True...that is a good point.

        I was more reacting to the image itself (not you or anyone in particular posting about it)
        :)

        Usually it seems like the images come from vzw system menus/systems n stuff...not just a plain document.

        But back to your comment - I know you guys wouldn't put up ridiculous rumors if you didn't think there was some credibility to it

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