Continuing the ad onslaught of Verizon and the Motorola DROID, we have three new commercials that actually show the DROID in action, well, sort of. It still maintains the 'droid' theme so it's really a robot arm using the DROID but hey, the original iDon't spot and the 'Stealth' ad were mere teasers for the DROID, these new spots actually showcase some functionality!

To no one's surprise, the ads focus on the strengths of the DROID: Android, the browser, Google Maps Navigation, and of course 'Does'. Mix in some bravado and robots and that's the overall feel of the commercials. Verizon isn't holding back any punches, even going as far as claiming they made a 'robot-phone' instead of a smartphone. Hit the jump to see the other DROID commercials!

What do you guys think?

 

 
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phonejunky says:

This type of advertising will pay off in the long run for verizon and the droid I'm sure

capacitive touch screen works with rubber fingertips now?

Rockbeast says:

Rubber fingertips infused with human DNA! It's a new feature.

I love the comment in the 'Fighter' ad about (paraphrasing) "swapping semifunctional brat vanity with...true functionality" or something like that...while it crushes a bunch of silly glittery plastic 'fashion' covers.

Richard says:

I like the Droid and will be getting one shortly, but I'm not a fan of the advertising aesthetic. I think Steven Johnson put it best:

"With its homage to Seven, Droid ad sends the latent message: iPhone good for sharing pictures of kids; Droid will murder you in your sleep."

Rockbeast says:

Maybe the ads should bring in the 3 robotic laws? That would make us sleep more soundly...right? I mean, if the DROID had to obey the 3 laws, we'd be safe...right?

"How may I be of service?"

SoCal65 says:

I think we're safe....

Three Laws of Robotics:

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

2. A robot must obey any orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.

Droooooiiiiid.

I like to see them fix the Car Dock on the Motorola Droid. I have had three Droids replace cause something having to do with the cr dock messes up the phone.

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While the answers given are correct to a certain degree - Verizon is CDMA and T-Mobile is GSM - there are some Verizon phones that carry a SIM card such as the Storm..
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huntedme says:

I am sure that Google would now be covering huge market of mobile as the latest technologies are now based on Android as its one of the fastest OS ever seen!

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