Peter Rojas: Droid Eris Will Be $99

droid_eris99Peter Rojas, co-founder of Engadget, Gizmodo, and gdgt has just spilled some delicious beans.  A post listed over on a gdgt discussion board under the category of Droid Eris says that the handset will come in with the lowest price point of any Android handset yet.

Things are about to heat up, I just found out from a very trustworthy source that the Eris is going to be priced at $99 (with agreement) when it comes out. Nice to see an aggressive price point, especially compared with the Hero which goes for $180 on Sprint.

It’s a pretty safe bet that his connections are right.  As we mentioned before, even with a 528MHz chip and similar specs to the Hero, this phone will be a bargain and find a good sized crowd.  Let’s hope this rumor holds up and Verizon has two different price points next week for Android  handsets.

About author

Scott Webster
Scott Webster 6579 posts

Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Sprint Enabling Carrier Billing for Android Market Purchases

Sprint has become the next carrier to offer customers the ability to defer their Android Market purchases to their monthly wireless bill. According to AndroidCentral, Sprint has started rolling the

News and Rumors

What’re you looking for in upcoming flagships?

A lot of people nowadays have bought a smartphone. So many, in fact, that smartphone makers have either already experienced their peak in sales, or are seeing one in the

News and Rumors

Flurry: Developers still supporting iOS three times more than Android

Flurry blames Google Checkout/Wallet as a chief reason for why developers are not making iOS-like money.


  1. kbob
    October 28, 18:44 Reply

    $100 is a noticeable savings, but the data plan still costs $720 over two years.

Leave a Reply