Verizon DROID X hits virtual shelves for $200

Jul 15, 2010
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Verizon DROID X hits virtual shelves for $200

CDMA Android lovers, prepare your credit cards.  Motorola's marvellous DROID X smartphone - which we reviewed last week and gave a pretty much glowing report - has gone up for sale on Verizon Wireless' site.  $199.99 gets you a 4.3-inch touchscreen, slender body, 8-megapixel camera and Android 2.1 with the latest iteration of MOTOBLUR.

It also gets you a two-year agreement, of course, complete with voice and data plans.  Still, the DROID X is probably worth it; it's one of the fastest Android devices we've seen, and when it gets the promised Android 2.2 Froyo update later in the year it should be even faster.

If you're looking for all the details on the Motorola DROID X, check out its Roots page: http://roots.slashgear.com/droid-x complete with links to our hands-on, videos and full review.

[via Android Community]


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