It looks like Verizon will use its DROID brand for more than just the just announced DROID by Motorola. The DROID name will reportedly apply to all Android-powered devices that Verizon will offer. In fact, Verizon could also launch a second DROID, the DROID Eris, on November 6th.
According to details obtained by The Boy Genius Report, the Droid Eris is apparently powered by a 528MHz Qualcomm processor and Android 1.5. It would also come with EV-DO connectivity, a 3.2-inch display, a trackball for navigation, a 5MP camera and a microSD card slot. The Eris appears to be none other than the HTC Desire and appears to be an HTC Hero CDMA variant.
If DROID is to be a family of devices, it is conceivable that the Motorola Calgary, also reportedly headed to Verizon, will end up with a DROID moniker.