Droid Landing 

Remember that slightly creepy Droid X commercial from this morning? It just got a little creepier, with a few backward subliminal messages tossed in -- including a Twitter account that you can follow, @DroidLanding. While it doesn't yet have any tweets, it appears as though what's to come could be worthy of a follow. One of the most interesting things shown on the site is the bio, which reads:

The next generation of does is coming soon, but you might get yours before that. Droid X phones are hidden across the country. Follow us for clues.

You may want to take 30 seconds to click that little follow button, the time could pay off for you. [via BerryScoop]

There are 11 comments

KQCrackberry says:

woohoo first! followingg pretty excited to see where this goes

ObsidianGT says:

They just tweeted "Is armed with 1Ghz Snapdragon processor". So definitely not the 1Ghz OMAP 3630 of the Droid 2? Bummer.

KQCrackberry says:

I apologize in advance, but what's the difference between the OMAP and the snapdragon? and is it a dealbreaker in the least?

ObsidianGT says:

I wouldn't call it a deal breaker, but the OMAP 3630, clock-for-clock, is more powerful than the Snapdragon. Also, we've seen that the OMAP CPU when coupled with the PowerVR SGX530 GPU is faster at graphics processing than the Snapdragon with the AMD Adreno 200 (Z430).

So, even though they're both 1Ghz, the OMAP has more "oomph".

Stang68 says:

Yeah, I just saw that. Snapdragon??

rader023 says:

The Snapdragon tweet has been removed. So Im guessing it was wrong?

KQCrackberry says:

I was wondering where it wenttt

spary says:

July 2nd release date for this!!! WOOHOO!

First off, its a friday. So makes sense. And look at the flickering at the end... good picture on that site.

Gunner says:

"ATTN: Droid designate #5 escaped secure location 6 hours and counting. Witnesses noticed it heading in a southern direction."

1088933 says:

You see? put Motorola and Google together, you get Skynet. the commercial tells it all.

But I'm totally biting on and upgrading from my DROID to the DX

KQCrackberry says:

"REPORT: Surveillance confirms all Droid X have dispersed. Each one is in a seperate site."