T-Mobile Dual Core Android!

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    Here's the info! Enjoy!

    T-Mobile Prepping Dual Core-Powered, Gingerbread Running Monster | Android News, Reviews, Applications, Games, Phones, Devices, Tips, Hacks, Videos, Podcasts - Android Police

    Now if this is indeed true and the Droid X, Droid 2 and Droid Pro CANNOT be rooted and this can, T-Mobile here I come!
    dancedroiddancedroiddancedroid
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    T-Mo? No device is enough to switch from VZW IMHO.

    Cool tho
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    No root, no buy. That simple for me. That is the reason I bought the Droid.
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    then stay with what you have. people complain about dropped calls with verizon they are alot worse. and there is always a way to hack something it just may take some time
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    I wish that were the case. With a signed bootloader you are pretty much screwed. Look at the Milestone guys. Sure they can OC but that's it. No custom ROMs no nothing. Backflip is another example of a signed bootloader Moto. If Motorola insists on doing this I will just take my business elsewhere. That is the beauty of an open market and choice. I speak with my wallet. Oh I also plan on holding on to my Droid for a long while.