Verizon rumored to be launching Moto Maker, white LG G2, HTC One max and more in the coming weeks
Grab your calendars, Verizon customers, because a new report claims to have information on the release dates of several upcoming handsets for the big red carrier. According to "multiple sources" speaking to Droid-Life, Verizon will gain access to Motorola's Moto Maker customization tool next Monday, Nov. 11, the same date that Sprint is rumored to be getting in on the custom Moto X action.
Three days later, Verizon is expected to release a white version of the LG G2. Verizon originally launched the black LG G2 in early September, but the carrier never made any official announcements about adding the white version to its shelves. It's worth noting that Verizon is currently selling the LG G2 at a discounted price of $49.99 until Nov. 11, so it's possible that it's trying to move inventory of the black G2 ahead of the release of a white version.
Jumping ahead a week, Verizon has reportedly penciled the HTC One max in for a launch on Nov. 21, followed by the debut of white versions of the Droid Ultra and Droid Mini "around" Nov. 22. Once again, Verizon hasn't made any official announcements about the Droid Ultra or Droid Mini getting new white duds, but both models are already offered in black and red versions, so it wouldn't be a shock to see them get a third color option. The good news is that with launches that are all rumored to be going down in the next couple of weeks, it won't be long before we find out whether or not this batch of release dates are legit. Stay tuned.