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Remember how we first told you that we should see some sort of yay or nay on the Droid Charge re-launch today? Looks like it's the latter, at least for Costco. In no uncertain terms, the screen shot you see above says that "The Verizon Samsung Charge 4G will not launch tomorrow."

Unfortunate, indeed. As soon as we know more, you'll know more.

Thanks, anon!

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There are 11 comments

It is coming out this Thursday

Adam8756 says:

Orly?

trust me or not, but it is coming out Thursday

deltatko says:

Just went in to best buy to reserve my 3d and the charge dummy unit is on display. The kid asked if I wanted to buy one, so looks like at least one store is selling them

PastorDroid says:

hmmm

Raptor007 says:

Yet another clueless Verizon product launch. The local VZ store tells me that they pulled it back so they can do this stupid scavenger hunt for the 16 hidden Droid Charges. If so,that is stupid and either way Verizon gets another "F" for launching a phone.

tanderson says:

It makes a lot more sense.

In one case you've got a handful of people who visit sites like this and other tech sites, on the other hand you've got a major marketing push. I don't think anything about that is botched.

Raptor007 says:

I am all for a marketing blitz to promote the product but to kill off the launch date due to a network outage and Verizon's insistence that launch day's are on Thursdays goes against conventional wisdom. They can bump it a day or two but get it out there, get people playing with it the HUGE positive feedback will drive demand.

I live within a reasonable drive time to Rochester, but I am not driving there to look for a phone, no way.

lithium98 says:

Just got the go ahead to sell them at best buy. I should probably double check though.

Raptor007 says:

Did this checkout, can you start selling them after all today?

squarecat says:

I'm wondering if (more) companies won't start (widely) using some form watermarking (a la maps) on internal pages, at least on a regional level, to track down *unwanted* leaks...