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Droid Ironman Edition

By illmatic1
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Motorola surprises the mobile world when they introduce the Droid Ironman Edition at Stark Expo 2010. This special edition will include a full red/gold aluminum body, 1Ghz SnapDragon Processor, and 32 GB of internal memory.

Hehe... I just wanted to have some fun in photoshop and I had just watched that recent LG Ally commercial. Felt the MotoDroid seemed more fitting for an 'Ironman' phone, what do you think? Suppose to be a magazine advertisement, haha.
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Minkymy's avatar
I was fooled. This was very well done indeed.
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The Motorola Droid uses a 600MHz Texas Instruments OMAP3 3430 Processor. The LG Ally's SnapDragon processor is manufacured by Qualcomm.

I agree 100%. The Droid is more of an "Ironman" phone and a red frame would look lovely on the Droid.

I am very pleased that the LG Ally IS an Android Device. This will give Android some great publicity. Although, it would have been great if the Ironman 2 viral marketing campaigns would have included some QR Codes or an Android App.

One of my favorite parts of the Ironman 2 Viral Marketing Campaign IS the StarkHUD. Heads Up-Displays actually DO sound like something we will be using in 10 years, ideally as a Bluetooth Accessory.
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I am happy LG made an android device, but in comparison to the new crop of phones just on the horizon its pretty lackluster in my opinion. LG squandered an opportunity to make a big splash with their first droid device, its unfortunate to say the least. Hopefully its just a stepping stone for bigger things to come.
Android 2.2 here we come. :)
stonehenge's avatar
I'd take a red droid :D
ThtOthrPrsn's avatar
That this was a real ad at first
ThtOthrPrsn's avatar
np it's well deserved
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