We have all heard of the Droid line up at Verizon that has consisted of mainly Motorola phones, right? Well, Samsung is now taking a dive into Verizon’s Droid line up with the Droid Charge.
The Droid Charge will be the first non-Motorola phone to have a redesigned “Droid Eye” image. Neither one of the other Droid phones, the HTC Droid Eris and Droid Incredible, used the marketing of the “Droid Eye”.
Samsung’s Droid Charge, made its first debut at CES, alongside the HTC Thunderbolt and the Motorola Droid Bionic. At CES we only knew the code name for the Droid Charge, which at the time was the Stealth-V.
Samsung’s Droid Charge is very similar to the Galaxy S, also made by Samsung. The Droid Charge has a slightly bigger screen at 4.3″ along with a Super Amoled Plus display, Android 2.2, and a 8 mega pixel camera. Plus of course, the added LTE compatibility. Presumably, the Droid Charge model will overlap somewhat with the Galaxy S II variant on Verizon, although the Galaxy S II will feature a dual-core processor, slimmer profile, and the new, hub-based version of TouchWiz.
Right now we do not have a release date or price, but as soon as that information is available we will be sure to let you know.