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I think this is the device that moto already talked about. The one that shares the 4.3" screen as the x but the specs are less. Moto said it would be a midlevel device and release by the end of the year."Make things as simple as possible but no simpler."- Albert Einstein
"It's kind of fun to do the impossible." Walt Disney
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OK, I have some new theories after reading this at Android and Me: I’ll be back, this is my last Terminator post for awhile – Android and Me
What if the phone we're calling the Droid X SE is really just the Droid Terminator/T2/Olympus? That would totally explain why some nefarious entity has been systematically removing the picture I posted from the entire friggin' internet. It's Motorola's lawyers threatening every blogger on the planet for posting NDA-busted snapshots of their Tegra 2 superphone, not due to be announced until CES in January!
Maybe the silver trim on the phone is supposed to be evocative of a shiny, metallic Terminator. What do you think?
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Inappropriate posts removed. Let's keep it clean around here guys.
I'll also look into why it was removed earlier. I honestly don't know why it was removed. Maybe I'm missing something here.
- 10-18-2010, 03:56 PM #21
The photo was removed at the request of the person that leaked the picture. They should have known better than to leak it in the first place but that's why the other thread was deleted. This can stay open for discussion about it but we can't post the picture.
There's a guy on Howard Forums now saying it's a photo of a discarded prototype of the original Droid X: Droid "superphone" Pre-release thread
If that's true, though, why the draconian scorch and burn removal of this photo all over the web? It's as if someone did a Google image search of this photo on Oct. 15 and systematically contacted each website requesting its removal - LOL! Hardly seems worth the trouble for an old demo unit.