Verizon Quietly Puts Droid 3 Up for Sale
And we thought the Droid 2 landed with less than expected fanfare. Verizon has made the Droid 3 official today, quietly sneaking it onto their website as well as DroidDoes.com. The Android 2.3 handset runs $199.99 with a two-year service agreement or $459.99 outright. For those who aren’t familiar, specifications include dual-core 1GHz processor, 8-megapixel camera (1080p video), a 4-inch qHD display,16GB storage, and a 5-row sliding QWERTY keyboard. Even without 4G support, we have a hard time saying that this “Globetrotting Goliath” isn’t worth its price. Be sure to check out Verizon’s website for more information!
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