I woke up this morning to a little 4G icon in the status bar on my Thunderbolt. I rejoiced. Then as I started to check my Twitter feed, I saw that Verizon had fixed the 4G issue and had tweeted about it. Thankful to hear that I was not the only one, I had a quick thought. What does this mean for the DROID Charge?
Yesterday we reported that the DROID Charge had officially been delayed by Verizon, because with the 4G network down, they couldn’t activate any 4G devices. However, with 4G coming back on the morning of the original launch of the DROID Charge, is Verizon upset with themselves for delaying the device in the first place? All of this is unknown and it really doesn’t matter, but what does matter is when will Verizon put out the DROID Charge.
We can only hope that Verizon delayed the DROID Charge just until the 4G network comes back up, but there is still the possibility of them pushing the device back to a set date that isn’t tomorrow. I am sure all of you waiting on the device are hoping that the latter isn’t the case. Whatever happens, stay tuned to thedroidguy.com for more information on the launch of this device. Also, I would add the fact that the DROID Incredible 2 is released today because it is not a 4G device. So for those of you that can’t wait for the Charge, the Incredible 2 is a pretty sweet phone, if I do say so myself.