On Tuesday, several bloggers reported that Verizon Wireless would provide service for three Droid phones, one of which will reportedly be built by HTC.
One Droid, two Droids, three Droids. How many Droid phones will Verizon unveil before the year is out? Depends on which blogger you ask. Today, the tech blogosphere swirled with rumors that the Verizon Droid will be soon be joined two additional Android-powered smartphones, including one manufactured by Taiwan-based manufacturer HTC.
It will allegedly have an 3.2-inch HVGA screen, Wi-Fi, 5-MPx camera, and a GPS receiver, but no hardware keyboard. This model has the code-name HTC Desire, and it was under that designation that it received FCC approval late last month. It will run Google's Android OS, but the standard user interface will be replaced with HTC Sense.