We've heard once in the past that the DROID 2 Global could be launching on November 11th, along with a handful of other Verizon Android phones, and now that date looks like a lock. An image leaked out today touts the DROID 2 Global's 1.2GHz processor, global and business-readiness, and the fact that it's "WiFi capable." As you can see in the lower-right corner, there's an explosive blurb saying that the D2G has an November 11th launch date. Interestingly, the image only mentions the blue model. Perhaps VZW and Motorola are withholding the white version?
It seems kind of surprising that Verizon would only launch the DROID 2 Global in blue, likely the same blue as the DROID 2, and delay the white model for an unknown amount of time. As has been pointed out, though, the R2-DROID 2 is still available in white, so maybe Big Red is waiting to clear out that model before launching the similarly-colored D2G. So, potential globe-trotting Verizon customers, you've now got a decision to make: will you be picking up a DROID 2 Global on the 11th or a DROID Pro on the 18th?