PSA: Droid X on Sale Today

Today marks yet another milestone for Motorola and Verizon as they unleash the Droid X on the world.  Powered by a 1GHz processor, the “Next Generation of Does” features a 4.3-inch touch screen, an 8-megapixel camera that records HD video, and HDMI output.  Customers can pick one up for $199.99 with a new 2-year agreement and a data plan of $29.99 or higher at Verizon stores around the country as well as online through Verizon’s website.

Grab yours, if you dare.

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  1. David
    July 15, 14:36 Reply

    Avoid this (locked down) Droid.

  2. Debt
    July 15, 14:59 Reply

    It is a good from the motorola. Droid x phone has a 1 GHz processor, which speeds up web browsing on 3G network. Users can connect up to five Wi-Fi easily when they are connected to networks, thanks to ownership of Verizon Wireless Mobile HotSpot.

  3. bring da noise
    July 15, 15:04 Reply

    you can get this puppy for 179.99 at wirefly but the killer deal is to use Bing Cash Back to get it for net 129.99 after the 50 bing cash back!

  4. Kojeje
    July 15, 17:03 Reply

    Wow.. great design for this gadget :)

  5. Russ
    July 16, 00:13 Reply

    I wouldn’t touch this one. In fact, after reading about how the Droid X is going to be locked down, I’m avoiding Motorola at all costs unless and until they make a clear change on policies about having open phones.

    If I wanted a phone whose manufacturer is going to dictate to me how I can use it, I’d buy an iPhone 4.

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