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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Verizon Wireless seems to be planning to release new 4G LTE smartphones this fall, including the Samsung Galaxy S2 and Motorola Droid X2

When will the Verizon Wireless smartphone you're waiting for be released? Phandroid has posted a list of upcoming models with release dates that are subject to change. We guess most of these dates could change, but it should then be a matter of days or weeks rather than months.
First up is the Samsung Droid Charge, which still seems to be pegged for an April 7 release. The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and HTC Trophy are aimed for April 14 and April 15, respectively. The latter is powered by Windows Phone 7 and has yet to be officially announced.
Another unannounced model, the upcoming HTC Droid Incredible 2, is currently slated for release on April 28. Both the Incredible 2 and Trophy are said to offer global GSM and 3G network support. Lastly, the LG Revolution could be the third 4G LTE smartphone out of the gate, as it's scheduled to be released on May 5.
Phandroid's source also lists three models without exact release dates, including the Motorola Droid Bionic, Motorola Droid X2 and Samsung Galaxy S2. The former is said to be released in May, and if that doesn't hold up, let's not forget that Motorola has promised to release it by the end of June.
The Droid X2 and Galaxy S2 are both said to offer 4G LTE connectivity, though neither models have been officially announced. They could both simply be 4G LTE models Verizon Wireless plans to release in the third quarter of 2011 as part of a late summer / early fall splash - just in time to compete with the upcoming iPhone 5.

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