Best Buy freeze DROID X preorders after huge demand?

Chris Davies - Jul 1, 2010, 2:29am CDT

Tempted by Motorola’s DROID X, the latest Android smartphone to hit Verizon, but dithering over whether to whip out the credit card?  That reticence may see you waiting a little longer for the handset; according to Droid-Life, Best Buy stores are no longer accepting preorders since demand has caught up with the incoming stock they’re expecting.  Not bad for five days of pre-sales, certainly, but the DROID X’s 4.3-inch display and 8-megapixel camera don’t hurt.

Meanwhile Verizon has apparently told preorder customers for the DROID Incredible that they can swap their order for the DROID X instead.  We’re currently working on our DROID X review and should have it live very soon; until then, check out our hands-on report from last week.

Motorola DROID X hands-on:

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[via Android Community]

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