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Verizon Brings Back the “Droid Does” Campaign, This Time in Much More Subtle Fashion

“Droid Does,” the campaign that started it all has been reignited this morning by Verizon to show off their current lineup of DROID phones, the RAZR, RAZR MAXX and DROID 4. Things are a bit different this time around though. What was once robotic arms, ninja women, bike chase scenes, and futuristic science fiction has now become an outlet for smiles, feature highlighting, and uses for real world situations. Enter the new world of “Droid Does” where actual humans are involved. Has been a while since we had one of these, so I’d love to know what you think. 

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  • Mars23

    I LOVE THE LOOK THE HOT GUY SHARES WITH THE GIRL IN THE CAR!!!! BRINGS HOT MEMORIES TO MY MIND

  • swayda

    Do you want an unlocked bootloader? Droid doesn’t.

    • Blackmagick20

      Wow…I’m blown away by your originality and creativity. I think this is the first post of its kind about the bootloader being locked. Next time, open the curtains in your mother’s basement before you come post something old and tired

    • Alexander Garcia

      The users portrayed in these ads absolutely do NOT look like they give a flying f..k about locked bootloaders. And about 90+% of Android users do NOT even know what a locked bootloader is nor do they give a f..k.

  • Wyveryx

    Why does if feel like I just watched a re-skinned version of an Apple Commercial? ick

  • sangelopez

    since when can droid launch apps by voice?

  • PowerofPicture

    Pretty generic but gets the point across.  What it really needs is Lance Henriksen’s voice over.  No one says Droid Does like him.